Re: Ubuntu Smooth Fonts on Fedora



Israel, i try to make this packages in fedora but no sucess!
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2011/5/6 Israel Lopes dos Santos <israellsantos@xxxxxxxxx>

I believe that Ubuntu has patched some libs to tweak the font rendering.

In the Arch Linux i've found packages with patches from Ubuntu:

freetype2-ubuntu fontconfig-ubuntu libxft-ubuntu cairo-ubuntu

There is a way to convert the equivalent ubuntu packages to fedora or
compile the fedora libs with the ubuntu patches and generates a rpm package?


On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 6:44 AM, Christopher Svanefalk <
christopher.svanefalk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 05/06/2011 11:34 AM, Paul Flo Williams wrote:
Christopher Svanefalk wrote:
On 05/06/2011 08:56 AM, Paul Flo Williams wrote:
The screenshots show that you have got sub-pixel anti-aliasing enabled
on Ubuntu, but only greyscale anti-aliasing on Fedora. Sub-pixel
anti-aliasing is the appropriate choice for an LCD display.
How does one go about enabling sub-pixel AA? Or is it a property of the
fonts themselves? I am running F14.
On XFCE, I select Preferences -> Appearance and change properties in
the Fonts tab.

I am using Gnome (2) though, but it seems the procedure is almost
identical. Thanks!
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