Scott I. Remick
scott at sremick.net
Tue Oct 14 20:18:39 PDT 2003
On Tue, 14 Oct 2003 04:20:53 -0400, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
>> I know the page:
>> ...but it doesn't go this deep.
> Actually, the Anti-Aliasing section at the bottom does.
Hey Marcus... thanks for jumping in. I didn't miss that section, but I
can't see how it helps me here. Maybe you can let me know what I'm missing.
Going through those instructions:
I don't have a ~/.fonts/ directory, and I've looked through
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/ for *[Ll][Uu][Cc]* as well as examined all the
font descriptions in the various font.dir files and found no non-PCF
Lucida font mentioned.
Tweaking which fonts are anti-aliased seems not the answer as what I read
says that bitmap fonts like PCF cannot be anti-aliased. So the editing of
fonts-conf to control this isn't applicable. (note: that site talks about
editing that file, yet when you open it, it says at the very top to NOT
Running fc-cache -f does not make these vector Lucida fonts visible to
Changing the point size at which fonts are anti-aliased, or the spacing,
isn't applicable to my problems.
And finally, I already have bitstream-vera installed.
If the answer to my problem (or any of my 3 questions) is indeed on that
web page, then I guess I'm being dense, but I'm not seeing it. Sorry :(
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