I've got a new ubuntu installation which is working 99% ok, except for one small problem with the fonts being displayed.
For sufficiently small fonts, pieces are missing.
As an example, here is a render of http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-20976.html in Firefox with zoom standard.
There are a large amount of missing pixels or segments from the characters being displayed.
If I raise the zoom, these issues are still present, but the font is readable.
This process isn't a long term solution, as then I can't fit as much text on my screen as I need, and it happens in other applications as well, where I can't zoom at will.
I can't find a good resource that covers this, looking up anything with 'font' in the title leads to gnof.font configs (the fonts work though), or adding 'chunks missing' leads to minecraft compatibility on linux systems. :/
How might I fix this issue, and what's the correct term for what's happening here?
It's not just Firefox either, it's anything. I have the same problems in other applications, but they're usually of sufficiently large font to not be readily noticed.