Patrick Dupre pdupre at gmx.com
Wed Dec 4 10:19:28 UTC 2013

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> > In looking at the document's properties and selecting the "fonts" tab I noticed that it was using /usr/share/fonts/google-croscore/SymbolNeu.ttf for symbols on my F19 system. This comes with the google-croscore-symbolneu-fonts package. Erasing this package resulted in a "delta" being displayed as /usr/share/fonts/default/Type1/s050000l.pfb is now being used.
In my case, I use for symbol:

In my opinion, this is the faultry font.
I dug a bit,

In the symbol font, the Delta character is U+0394, while the increment character
is U+2206 (looks very simiar to a Delta), and it is just beside the empty set
character U+2205, the one which is probably displayed (like a Phi).
So, there is a mess up here.

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> >
> FWIW, the same issue exists in the current F20 Beta. I'll be filling a bugzilla on this.....
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