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Re: Why does Red Hat render fonts thicker (and arguably better)?



On Tue, Aug 12, 2003 at 06:43:03PM -0700, James J. Ramsey wrote:
> I've noticed that antialiased fonts render differently
> on Red Hat than other distros I've tried. The fonts
> render slightly thicker, and the fuzziness is less
> obvious. I've been trying, mostly out of curiosity, to
> find out what makes the difference, but have had no
> luck tracking down whatever changes or adjustments Red
> Hat made.
> 
> How does Red Hat do it?
> 

Font configuration is in /etc/fonts/fonts.conf, and when running GNOME
also overridden by the stuff in Preferences->Fonts

Havoc




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