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View Poll Results: Do you like the look of the fonts in 13.37
Like I give a ...... My eyesight is so bad it makes no difference.
I definitely saw a difference upon first starting up (though I already assumed I would prefer the 'old style' as mentioned in CHANGES_AND_HINTS.TXT), and I wasn't overly fond of it (though I could live with it). After using the autohinter there is still a very subtle difference from 13.1 but I actually prefer it. So I'm perfectly happy with the current font situation, though it should be noted that I care very little about fonts.
but in reality this looks better
only thing that i make was to setup DPI (force fonts DPI )to 96 in kde systems settings
That's terrible, I could not work with fonts like that.
I hope I can change font look in 13.37 to this one I have in my 12.2.
I haven't had time to upgrade to 13.37 yet and I've skipped 13 and 13.1 because 12.2 has been so good and I didn't want to deal with the unfinished KDE 4
But I'm upgrading this week so I hope I can make the changes. Verdana is my favorite font for onscreen reading.
I've tested many other fonts but I could never make any other font look as sharp and clear as Verdana. Have my eyes been infected by some Microsoft virus?! Please help!
Last edited by Slackovado; 05-14-2011 at 04:58 PM.