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Re: question about GNUstep on Debian/woody


From: Dennis Leeuw
Subject: Re: question about GNUstep on Debian/woody
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 17:05:45 +0200
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defaults is a command line command. To be sure it works do the following:
Start een xterm and do:
. /usr/GNUstep/System/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh
defaults read NSGlobalDomain
detaults write NSGlobalDomain GSFontAntiAlias YES

Ofcourse if GNUstep is installed in any otherplace the /usr/GNUstep change to that prefix.

Dennis

Joerg Desch wrote:
Am Mit, 15 Okt 2003 (14:54) schrieb Adam Fedor <address@hidden> in gnu.gnustep.discuss:


You can try
defaults read NSGlobalDomain
detaults write NSGlobalDomain GSFontAntiAlias YES


Sorry for asking stupid questions, but I'm realy absolutly new to
GNUstep. I never played with it.

What does the above commands mean? Should I call `defaults' from within a
xterm? Or is it a configuration entry?









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