[Scribus] disable antialias

Craig Bradney cbradney
Fri Feb 18 15:21:58 CET 2005

On Friday 18 February 2005 15:17, KAmeleon :: grafiKA wrote:
> Is it possible to disable text aliasing in text frames?
> My opinion is the slowness of displaying (and scrolling) through pages with
> a lot of text is caused by antialiasing or, in other words, the
> antialiasing is the main factor why Scribus is rather slow. Usually, DTP
> applications have an option to disable antialiasing (or to enable "low
> quality preview" or something like that), so the text on the screen looks
> not-so-great, but the speed is improved.
> I would like to do that in Scribus, because the rendering on my screen is
> perfect (at all zoom levels), but it is not so important while editing
> pages of a magazine as the speed-factor is.
> I turned off antialiasing of screen fonts in KDE manager and didn't find
> this kind of option in qtconfig.
> Any suggestions?

Its not possible. Libart does it.

This isnt the main reason why Scribus can be slow.

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