Making anti-aliased fonts work for 4.1 + KDE?
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- Subject: [mg44501] Making anti-aliased fonts work for 4.1 + KDE?
- From: Johan <ljp at hotmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 08:01:57 -0500 (EST)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
I'm using 4.1 with KDE on a Linux machine and everything works fine in turns
of finding all fonts and printing. However, my desktop uses anti-aliased
TTF fonts which works for every other application - besides Mathematica -
where no anti-aliasing is applied to the fonts.
This should be a feature of the X-font server so Mathematicas front-end
should be able to transparantly use anti-aliasing (like every other app)
but it doesn't for some reason.
I haven't found anything on this problem in the FAQ (just about missing
fonts which is a problem I don't have)
Anyone knows if the front end is supposed to support this ?
(I've been living with this glitch for ~2 years but it would be nice if it
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