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Old 05-31-2019, 02:43 PM   #1
giomat
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broken font rendering in -current?


Hey i just upgraded my -current installation since it was some time already, and i noticed that font rendering is kind of broken in my system.
Anyone else experiencing the same?

EDIT: i just noticed that one of the recent upgrade was harfbuzz, maybe it's this the culprit? btw i notice this issue both in xfce and kde plasma 5 sessions

EDIT2: my bad i think, somehow antialiasing option got disabled, turned it back again and all is normal

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