no antialiasing for Luxi fonts?
Denys.Duchier at ps.uni-sb.de
Mon Jun 24 19:32:53 BST 2002
"CiAsA S'Nuey Boark" <ciasaboark at telocity.com> writes:
> On Monday 24 June 2002 12:53 pm, Denys Duchier wrote:
>> I am running redhat 7.3 / KDE 3.0. In e.g. konqueror, I get very nice
>> antialiasing with Arial and Verdana, but none at all with the Luxi
>> fonts. So far, fiddling with XftConfig did not help.
> I'm not familiar with the Luxi fonts, are they scalable fonts or bitmap? KDE
>>= 3.0 will allow you to use both bitmap and vector fonts at the same time,
> but will only AA the scalable ones.
They are truetype fonts. I have heard that they do not have very good
hints and thus do not antialias optimally. However, on my system,
they do not (visibly) antialias at all. I have used xmag to observe
rendered text more closely and indeed I can detect for them no
Dr. Denys Duchier Denys.Duchier at ps.uni-sb.de
Forschungsbereich Programmiersysteme (Programming Systems Lab)
Universitaet des Saarlandes, Geb. 45 http://www.ps.uni-sb.de/~duchier
Postfach 15 11 50 Phone: +49 681 302 5618
66041 Saarbruecken, Germany Fax: +49 681 302 5615
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