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Xft Antialiased Font Support Now Available in Linux

Saturday October 19th, 2002

Trevor writes: "As I learned from comments posted to a recent Slashdot article, antialiasing is finally available for Linux builds. There are also binary RPMs compiled for Red Hat Linux 8.0.

"I've installed the RPMs on my RH8 system, and pages look simply beautiful now. Even the browser menus and widgets are antialiased. I've put up a screen shot here: http://vocaro.com/antialiased-mozilla.png."

More experimental Xft builds are available from komodo.mozilla.org. Xft support is not currently enabled in the default Linux builds.


#18 Re: How about RPM instalation?

by vocaro <trevor@vocaro.com>

Sunday October 20th, 2002 1:41 PM

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Mozilla and Nautilus are completely separate programs, AFAIK. Installing or upgrading either of them shouldn't affect the other. The only possible problem I can see with what you want to do is if you have other installations of Mozilla. It is possible that one installation may clobber the configuration files (~/.mozilla) of another. However, in my experience, there are no problems as long as you upgrade to a more recent version and never "downgrade".