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Re: TrueType vs MCL
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: TrueType vs MCL
- From: email@example.com
- Date: Sat, 08 Aug 92 05:29:59 EDT
> >Can someone provide hints as to the best way to use TrueType in MCL 2.0? I
> >have the following in my Init.Lisp:
> >(#_SetOutlinePreferred t)
> >(#_SetPreserveGlyph nil)
> >These enable TrueType fonts, but there are some odd associated behaviors -
> >there's a lot of disk activity on redraw, and the disk is accessed for
> >and every flash of a matching delimiter in a FRED window.
> >My guess is that TrueType needs more Mac heap space for its font cache
> >I'm not sure - could it be something else?).
> I have my MCL set for a 6 meg partition (in Finder's Get Info box). I
> the excessive disk accesses you report. I think you're probably right
> need for more heap space. And Dave Moon's reply seems right. Here's some
> what (room) reports right after startup for me:
> Mac Heap: 587548 (573K) 247504 (241K) 340044 (333K)
> Lisp Heap: 4800512 (4688K) 3983440 (3890K) 818128 (798K)
> And, that is enough room to avoid the problems you are seeing.
> Hope this helps.
Thanks to both you and Dave Moon for the help. Since I reloaded everything
from CD, the odd behaviors have disappeared. I suspect that other files may
have been corrupted (again, by some unknown problem related to my first
session with the CD-ROM drive - the CD itself is fine), besides the ones I