// #i96581# Get the font forced without FontStretching (use FontHeight as FontWidth)
+ // #i100373# FontScaling
+ // There are two different definitions for unscaled fonts, (1) 0==width and
+ // (2) height==width where (2) is the more modern one supported on all non-WIN32
+ // systems and (1) is the old one coming from WIN16-VCL definitions where
+ // that ominous FontWidth (available over FontMetric) is involved. While
+ // WIN32 only supports (1), all other systems support (2). When on WIN32, the
+ // support for (1) is ensured inside getVclFontFromFontAttributes.
+ // The former usage of (2) leads to problems when it is used on non-WIN32 systems
+ // and exported to MetaFile FontActions where the scale is taken over unseen. When
+ // such a MetaFile is imported on a WIN32-System supporting (1), all fonts are
+ // seen as scaled an look wrong.
+ // The simplest and fastest solution is to fallback to (1) independent from the
+ // system we are running on.
+ // The best solution would be a system-independent Y-value just expressing the
+ // font scaling, e.g. when (2) is used and width == height, use 1.0 as Y-Value,
+ // which would also solve the involved ominous FontWidth value for WIN32-systems.
+ // This is a region which needs redesign urgently.