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In the System Administration section of KDE Control Centre, there is a section called Font Installer. I was looking in there and I went into Administrator Mode, which displayed the fonts. I'm positive I didn't change anything but when I left it, my screen updated and my anti-aliasing just stopped working. All my screen fonts now look ugly.
I'm using Gentoo with KDE 3.2.1. The font paths in my XF86Config appear to be intact. Switching anti-aliasing on or off in the Fonts section of Appearance and Themes makes no difference.
Has anyone ever had this problem and is there a simple way to fix it?