anti aliased fonts

David L Norris dave at
Wed Oct 20 04:28:25 UTC 2004

On Tue, 2004-10-19 at 20:22 +0530, V V Raja Rao wrote:
> The true type fonts when used with anti aliasing look thicker than
> they do under windows when run under linux . I am running FC2. I tried
> to enable byte code interpreter , the font thickness looked ok, but
> some fonts looked distorted. Is there any way to change the thickness
> of the anti aliased true type fonts?

Under GNOME you can go to:
  Main Menu -> Preferences -> Fonts

Or run:

If you are using KDE there's probably a similar program for it.  However
I believe the GNOME font properties program will affect any program that
uses TrueType fonts.

 David Norris
  ICQ - 412039
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