Very big problem with displaying fonts!

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Very big problem with displaying fonts!

Postby distar » Feb 10th, '21, 21:27

The fonts are "blind"! Not only does a 10pt font take 9pt (corrected by changing the dpi to 96 in the KDE font settings), but they are also fuzzy. Anti-aliasing settings do not bring relief. The monitor is identified by the system correctly, the parameters correspond to the passport requirements. Note that Mageia6 did not have such a problem - the fonts displayed amazingly.
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Desktop environment: KDE default, probably Plasma.
Antialiasing/hinting I tried all possible configurations - it didn't get better, only worse. If you enable hinting, the font becomes even less readable.
Now I set the KDE fonts in the settings - DPI = 104. I will not say what has become good, but at least somehow you can work.

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#xdpyinfo | grep -B2 resolution
screen #0:
dimensions: 1680x1050 pixels
resolution: 96x96 dots per inch
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Re: Very big problem with displaying fonts!

Postby distar » Feb 11th, '21, 12:02

The problem is localized at the level of the included Firefox - on Chromium it is also from the distribution, there are no problems with displaying fonts
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Chromium on top, FireFox on the bottom. Masting is disabled, DPI reassignment using KDE tools is disabled. Anti-aliasing - disabled
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