Phil Longstaff plongstaff at
Tue Jun 30 12:46:27 EDT 2009

On June 29, 2009 10:10:20 am Derek Atkins wrote:
> John Jason Jordan <johnxj at> writes:
> > I have a rule for my business: Any communication to a vendor or
> > internally in the business can be scribbled on whatever is handy, but
> > if it goes to a customer it has to look perfect. I may not be classy,
> > but by gosh I'm going to *look* classy.
> >
> > So GnuCash's invoices are letting me down. But maybe I have missed some
> > possibilities, so here are a few questions:
> >
> > 1) I set the font in Edit > Preferences > Printing, but GnuCash is
> > still using the ugliest font ever designed for the invoices. I can't
> > find the setting for invoices. I hope that miserable font is not
> > hard-wired. Can I change it? Also, is there any way to set the point
> > size differently for various sections of the invoice?
> Which Invoice report are you using?
> Unfortunately GtkHTML doesn't really let you set fonts..   In 2.4
> we'll have a templatized Invoice available which should help significantly.


what do you still need to do to have your new invoice and template available 
to include in the 2.3.X/2.4 stream?  At the very least, we should add support 
so that your stuff gets font information from gnucash.  Gnucash can, in turn, 
get the info from gconf.


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