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1answer
132 views

IntelliJ Bad Font Rendering

I've recently installed IntelliJ on my Ubuntu system and realized that the font I want to normally use Monaco doesn't render properly in IntelliJ. So, the problem was slightly fixed from this post ...
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2answers
152 views

How to repair fonts for Perl/Tk (14.04)

With Ubuntu 14. 04 I have Perl 5.18.2 for x86_64-Linux-gnu-thread-multi on my laptop which is nice, but after installing Perl/Tk-804.032 from CPAN I seem to only get non-antialiased fonts (scaled ...
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1answer
90 views

Weird looking text and icons in top bar

Look at "Google - Mozilla Firefox" There are ugly pixels around text and icons in top bar and it's very annoying. It looks like bad antialiasing or something like that.
2
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0answers
151 views

Disabling the anti-aliasing for a specific font with user's fonts.conf

Purpose: I am trying to disable anti-aliasing via ~/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf for a specific font, but so far without success. If my understanding is correct, then the cause is, that the system ...
2
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0answers
131 views

xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources disables gtk anti-aliasing

When booting into xmonad, gtk fonts are anti-aliased, but for some reason urxvt has problems with variable names in my ~/.Xresources (it fails to parse the variable names as colors and thus everything ...
1
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0answers
37 views

Per-monitor font hinting

I have two displays out of which one is rotated to be vertical. Is there a way to set font hinting to be VRGB on vertical display and RGB for horizontal display?
2
votes
0answers
237 views

Ugly fonts with nVidia drivers [duplicate]

Just installed nVidia binary drivers today and the fonts are ugly. I've been using the opensource nouveau drivers all this while and the font's were much better. Even the expo effect in compiz was ...
3
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2answers
670 views

Why do some PDFs have such ugly fonts in Document Viewer?

Why are the fonts in Document Viewer so ugly and non-antialiased?
3
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3answers
2k views

No anti-aliasing with Xmonad

I'm looking into Xmonad. One problem I'm having is that most of my applications in Xmonad don't have anti-aliasing. For example gnome-terminal & evolution. I have this in my .Xresources: ...
3
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1answer
3k views

Fonts look bad in Microsoft Office using Wine

Office fonts in wine look very different from what they look in Windows or LibreOffice. As can be seen from the attached screenshots, they look blurry in some sizes and aliased in other sizes. You ...
1
vote
1answer
5k views

How to configure Kubuntu fonts to look line ones used in Unity - Ubuntu 12.04?

Because Unity and Gnome3 where too buggy and unstable I switched to Kubuntu and now I do have a really good speed and, so far, stability. Still, the problem with Kuduntu, is the all the fonts are ...
2
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1answer
701 views

Some fonts are not anti-aliased when used over HDMI

I have searched around and have tried various suggestions that are posted, however I cannot get this fixed. My computer is hooked up through HDMI to my 1080P monitor and the fonts in Chrome, Firefox ...
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1answer
2k views

Ubuntu 11.10 Blurry Fonts [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I make fonts look like they do in Windows? I'm very new to Linux as in I've only been using it for about a week. My problem is fonts are incredibly blurry and ...
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3answers
7k views

How to switch on sub-pixel anti-aliasing for fonts?

In Fedora 16 (gnome) I did it without any problems. But in Ubuntu 11.10(gnome) in System Settings -> Appearance I can't see any tab for fonts settings.
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1answer
10k views

How do I enable font anti-aliasing in Wine?

Fonts in some Wine applications (Word 2007 for example) are heavily aliased. How do I turn on anti aliasing for Wine applications?
3
votes
1answer
390 views

Anti-aliasing changed after update (or something…)

The anti-aliasing of my system (of GTK?) has gone weird after I did one of two things - do a system update, and install gimp 2.7 beta. See images: Before: After: Before: After: Here's ...
2
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1answer
249 views

Coloured fringing with Windows TrueType fonts

I've noticed that with some fonts show some fringing (that is coloured usually red/bluey lines) surrounding the text. Here's one example. A portion of my job is design and I'm finding it very hard ...