Any suggestion to avoid headache and eyes burning and get the same rendering of Slackware 14.2?
I have noticed the same problem on Slackware current
I use the Freetype 35 because otherwise fonts are even more small and unreadable.
Then I have tried installing the same fonts of slackware
using dnf..but the page of "televideo" is similar to image
of first post, fonts not bold.
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I see this "fonts not bold" in
They have in common the new freetype version 2.9>, Slackware 14.2 use the old freetype version 2.6.3
Searching on web I found this "workaround"
editing a file in /etc/profile.d for example /etc/profile.d/freetype2.sh
After a X11 restart I see good fonts on Xfce4 terminal,but firefox rendering is not
good as Slackware 14.2 with the old freetype.
Without this workaround the fonts rendering is very bad.
I think is not problem of fonts but Freetype rendering.
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Any links or knowledge on this topic would be grealy appreciated.
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Gregg (2 Replies)