Rui Miguel Seabra wrote:

On Thu, Jul 25, 2002 at 09:11:28AM +0200, Michele Campeotto wrote:
Frank Worsley wrote:
I just downloaded the latest gnome-terminal snapshot which is now built
with VTE. I think it's great that there now is anti-aliased fonts and
full i18n support for the terminal -- but would it be possible to make a
gconf-key or preference to turn off anti-aliasing. I think it makes the
You should setup your XftConfig so that fonts under a certain size aren't antialiased:
		all foundry == "*"
		any size < 10
		antialias = false;

How do you make this match per app instead of for all apps?
I think you can probably specify this with an environment variable. However, what you are probably after is turning off antialiasing for particular font faces. This is possible with a rule like: match any foundry == "lucida console" any size < 10 edit antialias = false;

This way you can turn off antialiasing for the fonts you use in terminals only.


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