I’m using KDE 4.
When i first installed debian, my fonts we’re broken- by broken I mean, un-smooth ( Anti-aliasing was disabled ).
When i tried to change configurations, I got colored fonts ( by changing anti-aliasing from disabled or by trying to switch sub-pixel rendering to get a better result, I could see them flashing blue, red, green ).
Now, that I’ve switched to the nvidia driver instead of the noveau ( I’m sorry, but it’s just better =.= ), I can see that fonts aren’t “colored” anymore when i try to change configuration, but fonts are still not smooth.
I have a BenQ T220HD screen. specs:
Screen Size 21.5" Wide
Color Glossy Black
Pixel Pitch 0.248 Brightness
300 cd/㎡ Contrast Ratio
1000:1 (DCR:10000:1 )
Response Time 5ms
Display Colours 16.7 million
Viewing Angle 170/160 (L/R;U/D) (CR>=10)
I’d like to know how to configure fonts (System Settings->Appearance-> Fonts ) so I’d get the best result, because honestly, currently they look really crappy and it’s annoying.
Thank you for the help :)
PaulCarroty [ Editor ]
P.S. You can change DPI only in desktop environment.