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Re: Antialiasing in Emacs?

From: Johan Kullstam
Subject: Re: Antialiasing in Emacs?
Date: 21 Feb 2003 14:46:33 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

David Kastrup <> writes:

> (WoJunker) writes:
> > I am using Emacs under Linux Redhat 8.0. Usually, all texts on the
> > screen of my computer are automatically subjected to antialiasing to
> > make them smoothly readable. The only exception so far is Emacs,
> > which produces non-antialiased text that is rather inconvenient to
> > read. How can I configure Emacs to support antialiasing?
> You can't.  So use a readable font.  I have
> Emacs.font: 10x20
> in my .Xdefaults file (might also be .Xresources, I have one linked to
> the other), and that looks pretty much ok.

I like the gnu intl fonts.


Why these fonts are not included in every linux distro I do not know.

Johan KULLSTAM <> sysengr

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