dkolak wrote:I've patched Lenny's deb's according to David Turner's guide http://quanli.googlepages.com/davidturner%27slcdcleartype-likepatchesandpackagesfordebiansid, his packages are bit outdated but patches work.
dkolak wrote:I've patched Lenny's deb's according to David Turner's guide...
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julian67 wrote:In Debian the bytcode interpreter has been enabled by default since 2006
julian67 wrote:OK, but I'm still struggling to see the problem these patches supposedly solve. As I mentioned earlier, can anyone point out or describe the legibility issue in the screenshots I posted, which are 1:1 jpgs from my screen? The Xfce config screenshot is of my actual config by the way, with custom DPI so that 1" on screen does measure 1".
julian67 wrote:I can't help noticing that the legibility in the Gnome preferences panel used in the example is unquestionably bad, having poor sharpness and contrast. Maybe it's a low res screenshot, though you'd imagine someone writing such patches and promoting them would take the trouble to make decent screenshots and actually show the benefits. The final screenshot he posted looks so poor that my natural reaction is to rub my eyes and clean my glasses..... maybe it's a joke? But on a real system (mine) using only the fonts and Xfce config tool from Debian main there is no such problem.
julian67 wrote:I do like seeing solutions to problems but I'm wary of solutions being posed when the problem doesn't seem apparent. Maybe it's an issue with Gnome of 2006 and not relevant now?
julian67 wrote:In Debian the bytcode interpreter has been enabled by default since 2006.
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