On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 07:45:48PM +0100, Marc Schiffbauer wrote: > * Daniel Stone schrieb am 08.01.02 um 12:50 Uhr: > > Hi guys, > > Just to let you know that I will *not* support anti-aliasing. You can > > use it, but don't expect me to urgently follow up on bug reports > > involving AA, as it causes problems such as #123264. If you report an AA > > bug, I'll probably downgrade its severity and tag wontfix, because it's > > too buggy. > > > > That said, *please* make mention of whether you're using AA or not in > > your bug reports, because it makes my life easier. > > > > > Does this mean I've to rebuild the packages if I want to use AA? Is > there a compile option that turns AA-Support on or off? It's just a checkbox in the KDE config. > I think AA will be nice in KDE3 since then AA-Fonts should be > supported to live near non-AA fonts (QT3)... I hope you understand > what I mean ;) Support will be much better in qt3, but suckssuckssucks in qt2.2. -- Daniel Stone <email@example.com> * Overfiend_ can't recall reading about Francois MITTERAND or Georges CLEMENCEAU, let alone Napoleon BONAPARTE. <Overfiend_> Or Louis THE FOURTEENTH <ElectricElf> Overfiend_: None of them were Japanese.
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