Re: How to get Anti-aliasing to work
I suggest you do the following:
apt-get source qt-x11-free
(This downloads and uncompresses qt 3.0.5 which is recommended for KDE 3.0.5,
You need to have e.g. the following line in your /etc/apt/sources.list
deb src ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/3.0.5/Debian/woody ./ )
Then edit the file /debian/rules in your extracted qt-x11-free-3.0.5 directory
Search for the text "-no-xft" and replace it with -xft
Do a dch -i if you want to increase the Debian version number (to distinguish
the packages from the original ones), this is optional. dch is included in
the package devscripts.
run dpkg-buildpackage to create the debs and install them (dpkg-buildpackage
is included in the package dpkg-dev).
Note that it is not recommended to run XFree86 4.1.0 with xft (therefore it
was disabled). Read the RELEASE-NOTES.woody in on your kde mirror e.g.
> What version of QT does work well with debian and kde 3.0.5? Any URL about
> recompile QT to get anti-aliasing?
> Regnat Nikolaus dijo:
> > On Friday 29 November 2002 10:44, Manegold wrote:
> >> Hallo list,
> >> I use debian woody with KDE 3.04 and I can't get anti-aliasinig to
> >> work. The checkbox has no effect. When I preview a font (TT or Type1)
> >> with the Font installer in KControl-Center, the font is displayed with
> >> anti-aliasing, but not in any apps. What am I missing here?
> >> TIA
> >> Thorsten
> > Hello Thorsten,
> > QT is compiled without xft support. You have to recompile QT and enable
> > xft support to get anti-aliasing to work.
> > Nik
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