Re: antialiased Andale Mono 8 in gnome-terminal
I am using gnome-terminal 2.6.1 other apps can display non-antialiased,
only gnome-terminal cannot. I think it is the bug. Try submit to the
On Tue, 2004-05-25 at 01:51 +0200, Shot wrote:
> Matt Brubeck:
> > Shot wrote:
> > > D'oh. Now it works - in gedit and other apps, that is; gnome-terminal
> > > still displays Andale Mono antialiased (and all other fonts, in fact).
> > Is it possible that gnome-terminal is still running somehow,
> > and has not loaded the new fonts.conf settings? Try closing all
> > gnome-terminal windows. If that doesn't work, try logging out and
> > logging back in, or maybe kill gnome-settings-daemon and other Gnome
> > processes.
> I've even rebooted the machine.
> As I was saying, it shouldn't be a fontconfig issue (I haven't changed
> my settings for months, and all other fontconfig apps honor them
> and display 6-12 size fonts non-antialiased), and it shouldn't be
> a gnome-terminal issue (it's still the same 2.4.2-7 I've been using
> for months as well).
> All I can guess is that's somehow related to the GTK and/or libpango
> upgrades of about two days ago, though it doesn't make much sense
> (unless gnome-terminal silently uses some deprecated feature dropped
> in GTK 2.4). I guess I'll wait for the gnome-terminal 2.6.1-1 I can see
> waiting in experimental (I don't want to switch to GNOME 2.6 just yet,
> I have a lot of work these days and can't really risk any additional
> GNOME-related fun).
> Thanks for your help,
> -- Shot
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