The font setting of the theme can be found at /usr/share/apps/kdm/themes/dharma/Dharma.xml , it uses DejaVu Sans 12, no mention of boldness. And I don't think the theme was updated anyway.I just don't know what went wrong!
this is my fresh f19 install.
after install, my grub menu theme is not appearing, just black console like screen.
i searched in google and found that it may caused by theme.txt having wrong entries or the /etc/default/grub having wrong path to the previous file.
i tried correcting this by pointing /usr/share/grub/themes/starfield/theme.txt in /etc/default/grub and then grub2-mkco
By default, Ubuntu boot loader grub doesn’t use any theme. You can customize the background and fonts by GUI tool Grub-Customizer, but it’s not beautiful enough. Here’s a simple guide installing Grub2 themes (background, logos, fonts, scroll bar, etc).
First, download themes. Search ‘grub’ on gnome-look.org, you can find many themes for grub2.
Chakra seems to adopt things only after they are ready. A testament to that fact, is that only stable software seems to make it into the testing repository! Though, I guess someone could make a Dharma theme for Chakra based off the ones in /usr/share/app/sddm/themes