Can not disable anti-aliasing
James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Sat Sep 25 01:39:17 BST 2004
Daniel Belz wrote:
> I went to "Control Center" -> "Appearance & Themes" -> Fonts and
> [ ] Use anti-aliasing for fonts
> Then I log out and log in again and...
> Anti-aliasing is still on! I go to the Control Center and the option is
> selected again! Why does my KDE select this option on his own again?
> Any idea?
To remember (and use) your user specific AA configuration, a file
"$HOME/.fonts.conf" must be written. What are the permissions of your $HOME
directory. Unless there is some reason for having it different, it should be
owned by <user>:<user> and have permissions >= 700:
E.G. from my system:
[jrt at localhost home]$ ls -ld jrt
drwxr-xr-x 65 jrt jrt 4096 Sep 24 17:33 jrt
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