Hello - 9 yr gramps user here, but I have not yet tried to make printable reports in all that time. I would ultimately like to make a printable book, but for now I will settle for a well formatted text report of any type.
My problem is that I am trying to set the fonts to serif (Roman) in, for example, an ahnentafel report, but in spite of creating my own style, it seems to be ignored and sans serif fonts stubbornly persist. (True for any text report I have tried, not just for ahnentafel.) Sans is fine for on-screen, but terrible in print.
I don’t see any relevant errors or warnings on the command line, so I’m not sure what to poke at. A cursory glance through the relevant code hasn’t enlightened me since it seems to do what I would expect, but it seems like my style file is at best being ignored, but hacking the ancestorreport.py file hasn’t changed the fonts either. A quick lsof shows that NotoSans and several arial fonts (from the webcore package) are in use by gramps, but nothing else. Any hints?
I’m on linux (openSUSE) with a self-compiled gramps-5.1.2 with a minor patch to correct some grammar on the narrative web page output.