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Old 08-30-2004, 01:08 PM   #1
Wynd
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TTF fonts vs. other fonts


Right now on some web pages, even though I have antialising enabled, some fonts are displayed with jagged edges. I think it's because it's finding the fonts in the "misc" fonts package before my TTF ones. Is it possible to change the order of the font path, or something, so the nice looking ones are displayed first? (this happens in Mozilla Firefox and Konqueror)

Edit: this is an example pic I took from theregister, you can see that the fonts on the left are jagged, and the ones on the right in the ad (yes, it's a text ad not a pic) are smooth and antialised.
http://www.ilstu.edu/~pjdraud/example.gif

Last edited by Wynd; 08-30-2004 at 01:21 PM.
 
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