[Scribus] display issue

Peter Linnell scribusdocs
Sat Apr 26 04:00:46 CEST 2003

On Fri, 2003-04-25 at 11:41, Subash Jeyan wrote:
> hi,
> running scribus 0.9.9 on mdk 9. when i first start scribus the menus are
> all anti-aliased and look fine. from the second run onwards the
> anti-aliasing is gone. if i delete the .scribus directory and run the
> program again, the anti-aliasing is back, only to disappear from the
> next run again. the text in the Measurements palette, however, remains
> anti-aliased throughout.
> when run for the first time from the console, i get the following error
> message:
> fcntl: Bad file descriptor
> fcntl: Bad file descriptor
> this message doesn't appear on subsequent running of the program. any
> hints as to what is going on?
> thanks and regards, subash.

As a guess, open a console and set your font options for applications

$ qtconfig

Try a different font?? 

Note this application globally handles font and display configuration
for all QT applications. Changes you make in qtconfig affects KDE as

A stab in the dark, but maybe this might fix things.

Hope that helps,
Peter Linnell <scribusdocs at atlantictechsolutions.com>

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