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Re: font-lock-warning-face hard to read because it is bold

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: font-lock-warning-face hard to read because it is bold
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 14:23:47 +0900

Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:
>> Thanks. I am using a TFT display, but do you know if this could difference
>> happen because of a somewhat bad display driver too?
> Also a TFT display driven via a VGA rather than DVI connection can look
> seriously blurry, depending on the circumstances (especially if you go
> through a KVM switch).

My current LCD display (NEC 1760V) is driven from the analogue VGA
connector, but apparently has a good syncing circuit/algorithm because
it seems almost indistinguishable from a digitally driven display --
however some of the VGA-driven LCDs I've seen in stores have been
absolutely awful.

[Of course I'm assuming Lennart is using the right resolution for his
display; if not, it will look horrible no matter what....]

People who are more than casually interested in computers should have at
least some idea of what the underlying hardware is like.  Otherwise the
programs they write will be pretty weird.  -- Donald Knuth

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