[PyKDE] eric3 anti-aliasing problem (!?)
shlomme at gmx.net
Sat Sep 25 09:19:43 BST 2004
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Solly Brown wrote:
| I've heard lots of good things about eric3 (python editor) and so
| installed it a couple of days ago.
| However, it's virtually unusable because the fonts in the main editor
| window are extremely ragged/chunky. It appears as though anti-aliasing
| has been turned off, but I can't find anywhere to toggle it back on.
| I've tried changing the font under preferences->editor->source but all
| the fonts appear to be having the same problem. I've been able to get
| files to look ok by turning on "use monospaced font" (which appears much
| smoother), but it's annoying to have to do it for every file I open (and
| I'd prefer not to have to use monospaced fonts all the time).
| Can anyone help out and tell me how I can fix it? This is the only app
| I'm running that has this problem, so it doesn't appear to be a
| system-wide thing.
| Hope you can help...!
| Cheers, Solly
| ps. The icons on the task bar also don't appear to be anti-aliased and
| are a bit ugly as a result
anti-aliasing has nothing do to with eric3 (and you should not find an option to
switch it on in eric3). However, you can use qtconfig to tune the look and
behaviour of all Qt programs. If you don't like the icons, get the latest
snapshot, it has a new icon theme.
Torsten Marek <shlomme at gmx.net>
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