[Newbies] anti-aliased fonts.
sven.schott at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 23:07:12 UTC 2008
I went through the install of freetype:
Didn't have any problems. But I'm on a Mac. I also installed the Project
Mine looks pretty now. :)
You can see a screenshot at:
On Fri, Oct 24, 2008 at 9:33 AM, Michael van der Gulik <mikevdg at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 9:16 AM, sergio <sergio at village-buzz.com> wrote:
>> hi all..
>> i just decided this week to learn squeak..
>> actually, i am doing the following..
>> learn squeak..
>> learn smalltalk..
>> with the end game to learn seaside..
>> i was wondering if there was any way to make the fonts look a little nicer
>> in squeak..
>> i know it's kind of a gripe.. but it would be cool if i could get them to
>> look pretty...
> Well, with the whole system being open source, there is definitely a way,
> but it probably isn't an easy way.
> You can load new fonts using the file list. You can change the fonts used
> using "appearance" -> "system fonts...".
> However, as to using nice sub-pixel antialiased fonts on LCD screens, I
> personally haven't managed to get this going (not that I've tried hard). I
> find the default fonts readable enough, so it's never been an issue for me.
> Anybody else? Is there a way to get sub-pixel antialiasing working?
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