This looks like it could be a useful thread:
Have you followed what those guys talked about?
Oh yeah, for everyone else, that's xanadb.com below ;)
Walter Higgins wrote:
>> Has anyone here tried the bitstream vera fonts in Emacs.
> They are anti-aliased monospaced fonts that are very easy on the eye.
> I'm using them in NTEmacs but the anti-aliasing is disabled on
> Emacs/XEmacs on linux. The fonts look fine in xterm/vi etc.
> Does Linux Emacs/XEmacs do its own font rendering ?
> you can see a sample screenshot of what I'm talking about here...
>>http://www.xaandb.com/archive/linux/20040101.html>> Any help appreciated - and I don't mean help along the lines of "use Vi
> instead" ;)
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