[Scribus] Improve rendering of fonts
Ing. Jozef Sakalos
Fri May 23 01:06:16 CEST 2003
I attach the snapshot of how the font looks in scribus compared to
openoffice. Of course, font rendering doesn't depend on an
application on my system - openoffice is used only by chance.
The only exception is scribus - fonts look horrible on the page but
they look perfect on font face selection menus.
Have a clue what is the cause of that?
On Friday 23 May 2003 00:50, Magic Page wrote:
> Ing. Jozef Sakalos wrote:
> >Hi Franz,
> >I like scribus very much but there is one thing I do not
> > understand.
> >I use XFree86 4.3.0, Xft2, freetype2, good truetype fonts, qt
> > 3.1.2 and this gives me really good font rendering with
> > antialiasing in almost all applications.
> >Therefore, I do not understand why text in scribus looks so
> >Is my system somehow misconfigured for scribus or is is scribus'
> >native behavior?
> >Do you plan to improve the font rendering?
> >Best regards,
> >Ing. Jozef Sakalos
> >jsakalos at ba.success.sk
> I am not noticing that problem here. The Scribus fonts look
> the same as do the rest of the system. I am using KDE and assume
> you are as well? If you are using Gnome, then it's quite
> possibly a problem there. There are some fonts they recommend to
> use for display and I don't remember if in that font package
> there is a patch or fix for others.
> It sounds like you have everything installed and up to date, so
> all your fonts
> should be displaying corrrectly in Scribus too.
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