Menu font sizes
rnr at sanctum.com
Mon Jan 3 02:33:56 GMT 2005
On Sunday 02 January 2005 17:51, David Corbin wrote:
> > On Sunday 02 January 2005 09:58, Benjamin Rossen wrote:
> > > Hello David
> > >
> > > Here are some things you could try.
> > > First:
> > > Open KDE Control Center > Index > Appearance & Themes > Fonts
> > > select anti-aliasing
> > > Try changing the fonts you use. If the font does not show
> > > scalable sizes, or only three or four sizes, it is a but mapped,
> > > not a ttf. ttf = true type font. A true type font is defined with
> > > vector graphics, and is in principle infinately scalable. Bit
> > > mapped fonts are little image files, and do not scale very well,
> > > and anti-aliasing is usually not possible to implement. Some
> > > graphics can make a kind of anti-aliasing by blurring the image,
> > > but the result is not very satisfactory, and it is questionable
> > > whether this improves the readability.
Jumping in on this thread because I am having the same problems.
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the BIG question, when one goes to change a font from the dozens of them
in the menu, how do you determine if it is a ttf or a bit map ??
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