On Sat, 30 Aug 2003, Sean Middleditch wrote:
On Sat, 2003-08-30 at 11:06, rhllist(a)assursys.co.uk wrote:
> On Fri, 29 Aug 2003, Sean Middleditch wrote:
> > Redhat9 gave me very crisp, clear fonts. Updating to Rawhide, I
> > noticed they got rather fuzzy - the AA isn't as good. I'm running an
> > LCD, and I _do_ have sub-pixel smoothing on. (Same setting as we/
> > RH9.) Using the Vera fonts in GNOME.
> You could try rebuilding the freetype package with the bytecode interpreter
> enabled; I've found it improves rendering noticeably.
Was this enabled in RH9? Because it did get worse; if that didn't
change, then it's something else I need to fix.
Pass; I'm not using RH9, I just suggested it as something you might like to
try (RH8 has it disabled by default).
Also, isn't using the bytecode interpreter illegal in the US
rather expensive license?
I wouldn't be surprised. That's why RH don't/didn't used to enable it by