xfce-mcs-manager is a time machine?
pollux at xfce.org
Mon Mar 15 09:28:28 CET 2004
I think it's due to the new option for antialiasing in the UI settings
(suppose deactivated by default), activate it and it will be fine.
Le lun 15/03/2004 à 01:13, Jesse Wagner a écrit :
> I have attached a screenshot.
> On Sun, 14 Mar 2004 10:26:53 -0800, "Jesse Wagner" <beansack at fastmail.fm>
> > I used to have these jagged fonts before I reinstalled freetype2 with the
> > bytecode interperter turned on. That was a long time ago so when
> > yesterday I fetched and installed cvs xfce4 and they came back, I thought
> > somehow I had reinstalled the orginal freetype rpms. But no.. The jagged
> > fonts are only back in xfce4 and if I kill xfce-mcs-manager, they go
> > away.
> > --
> > http://www.fastmail.fm - Same, same, but different…
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Jean-François Wauthy <pollux at castor.be>
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