On Thu, 6 Apr 2000, Padraig Finnerty wrote:
> hi, I was wondering could anyone recommend any good truetype fonts for
> netscape. I installed the xfstt server yesterday
RH6+ xfs already supports TrueType.
> and it works ok, netscape
> recognises the truetype fonts. Times-New-Roman seems to be quite good for
> normal font size but isn't that readable at smaller sizes, the text looks
> a bit bunched or something.
pass -dpi 100 to your Xserver.
make sure you have 100dpi/hires fonts listed before 75dpi/lower res
fonts in your fontpath (or in fs/config), ditto for :unscaled.
read the X font deuglification mini-howto.
> a picture of it here:
>>http://www.csn.ul.ie/~padraig/it.png>> Are there any fonts that look better at these sizes? Or is there any way
> of adjusting the font size for truetype fonts? I have 'Use my default
> fonts, overriding document-specific fonts' selected but that doesn't help
> when the web page specifies tiny font sizes.
>>  'Increase font' and 'Decrease font' are disabled in the view menu.
> In edit->preferences->fonts '0' is the only option in the size-selection
> box and 'allow scaling' is disabled.
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