Re: Make GTK+ apps (and Gnome) fully respect your .fonts.conf

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On Tue, 2008-08-05 at 21:39 -0500, Erik wrote:
> Well, specifically, what I had in my .fonts.conf was a default setting 
> of BCI full hinting for all fonts.  After that, I had configuration to 
> use slight hinting for specific fonts.  I found that Gnome (Cairo) apps 
> would not respect this, for whatever reason, whereas KDE (Qt) would.  
> Gnome apps would just do brute-force full-hinting of everything.  This 
> patch on cairo fixed the issue and things then rendered as they do in 
> KDE.  I actually was using MOZ_DISABLE_PANGO=1 before starting firefox, 
> and now I no longer have to with the patched cairo. 
> Perhaps I have a unique configuration in my .fonts.conf that exposed 
> this.  All I know is that it works now.

I'm fairly sure that it comes down to having to remove the currently set
hinting on pattern before setting your new value.


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