Re: AntiAliasing and TrueType
- To: Stephen J.Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Cc: email@example.com
- Subject: Re: AntiAliasing and TrueType
- From: Growler@tula.net (Alexey V. Naidyonov)
- Date: 02 Jul 2001 16:07:10 +0400
- Message-id: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- In-reply-to: <E15H2KQ-0006SA-00@vulcan>
- References: <E15H0qL-0006OU-00@vulcan> <email@example.com> <E15H2KQ-0006SA-00@vulcan>
>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Stephen> That was it, Thanks. BTW What is this file?
XFT - X FreeType interface library
Xft is a simple library designed to interface the FreeType
rasterizer with the X Rendering Extension. This manual page barely
scratches the surface of this library.
The XftConfig file contains configuration information for
the Xft library consisting of directories to look at for
font information as well as instructions on editing pro╜
gram specified font patterns before attempting to match
the available fonts.
Stephen> On Monday 02 July 2001 11:37 am, Alexey V. Naidyonov wrote:
>> >>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen J Thompson
>> <email@example.com> >>>>> writes:
Stephen> Hello All, Whan I turn the anti-aliasing flag on in kde I loose a
Stephen> lot of my fonts including the truetype ones. Is this expected
Stephen> behaviour and if so, what fonts can I use?
>> Probably, you have forgot to add dir
>> "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TrueType" line to XRenderer config
Alexey V. Naidyonov