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Font colors are usually attributes of the themes. I'd first try not to mess around to much and hence install another theme and try what fits my needs. If you want to go all geek mode and fiddle around you will find the themes under /usr/share/themes/<theme-name>/ There you will usually find a gtk-3.0 folder, in which you will find all the files ...
Try using Fonts view of the Firefox Developer Tools. In my case it's DejaVu Sans from fonts-dejavu-core package but I see some differences from your screenshot.
I have found an answer to my own question, I will leave it to the moderators discretion as to whether or not to delete these posts. Within the dia preferences there is an option for the preferred png translator; the default is called cairo PNG the issue is solved by using Pixbuf[png]. Apparently I need to learn more about the use and options of the system ...
1) Open software manager if its mint or ubuntu software center if used ubuntu 2) search for ttf-mscorefonts 3) install it
There are two types of kerning out there. The old style involves pairs of letters while the new style, GPOS kerning, supports pairing groups of letters. The Linux Libertine font project (Wikipedia's font of choice) discusses kerning: Nearly any good font contains kerning information, but how much time and effort the designer had spent on this feature ...
Great solution by Walter Tross, but if you don't want to do all the job, here is the download link: FixedsysExcelsiorIIIb-L2_Mono.ttf
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