I'm sure the topic about font rendering was raised many times before, but I read all the instructions and manuals I could find, applied them and still it didn't work.
Let me briefly explain the situation.
OpenSuSe 10.2, byte code interpreter enabled by default (right?), Gnome
In Control Center->Fonts dpi=96
- in Section "Monitor": DisplaySize 338 270 (for 1280х1024)
- in Section "Device": Option "DPI" "96x96"
Still have awful font rendering in FF and other browsers. Especially with serif fonts (Georgia on the screenshots). Here's two examples:
Could anyone give me a hint on what else should I do? Besides killing myself. And yeah, disabling anti-aliasing sucks for me. I just want to know, is it actually worth trying to make font look exactly like on the second picture?