I'm using PuTTY 0.60 under Windows XP. I recently downloaded and installed the Monaco font, and configured PuTTY to use it. However, after reboot, the Monaco font doesn't appears in PuTTYs font list; it does appear installed, and other applications can use it.
At first I thought it was a problem of the file being encrypted (I had originally downloaded to an encrypted folder) so I decrypted it. After that, I noticed in file properties dialog that the file was "locked" due to having being downloaded form the net; I unlocked it pressing the button that says so. After a couple of reboots, I still cannot see the font in PuTTY's font selecion dialog; however, the sessions that I configured after installing the font still use it. I just cannot configure new sessions to use it.
Any ideas on how to make this font appears again in PuTTY's font selection dialog? Or any hint of why it doesn't appear there?
Edit: It appears that there are two versions of this font around. The one that I installed is supposed to be the latest version; however, it seems that its flags are incorrect. Since I updated this font after having installed the supposedly "old" version I guess I still can use it under PuTTY.
Guess PuTTY is picky regarding what is considered "fixed" compared with other programs.