Re: anti-aliasing on gtk 1.2.10 using an ipaq or yopy screen
- From: Keith Packard <keithp keithp com>
- To: Michael L Torrie <torriem cs byu edu>
- Cc: gtk-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: anti-aliasing on gtk 1.2.10 using an ipaq or yopy screen
- Date: Mon, 06 Aug 2001 23:58:10 -0700
Around 0 o'clock on Aug 7, Michael L Torrie wrote:
> This is 90 degrees to what xrender is expecting on a normal lcd screen.
> Now if xrender coul be told what orientation to render the subpixels, we'd
> be fine. (It'd also be nice to be able to natively rotate the screen in
> X). I don't suppose that this could easily be solved in GDK, would it.
Xft.rgba: vrgb # for yopy
Xft.rgba: vbgr # for ipaq
Poorly rendered fonts are likely the result of a FreeType compiled without
the TrueType interpreter -- try a more recent version of XFree86 for that
machine; XFree86 includes freetype configured the right way.
keithp keithp com XFree86 Core Team SuSE, Inc.
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