emorrp1 wrote:There's a font config tool, I think it's under appearance settings, where you can turn on "anti-aliasing", which I think is what you're after
I couldn't find it, thanks for the help though.
The fonts can be improved, but it is up to you to fiddle with them to get what you like. this is governed by a number of factors.
1) what fonts you have loaded
2) The theme you are running
3) Your preferences
You can find the fonts in FF Edit > Preferences > Content > Advanced .
Here are my settings:
Proportional: serif Size = 14
Serif: DejaVu Serif
Sans: DejaVu Sans
Monospace: Courier New 12
My current theme is Camifox. I prefer the Aero themes but they have a rendering problem with the Forecast Fox I like to run in the bottom bar.
Hope this helps.
I tried that but it for some reason it didn't look any different.
I found this: http://ubuntusite.com/fix-get-best-firefox-font-linux/
It looks better now and I also changed the theme which also helped but it still doesn't look as sharp as the one on windows.
Thanks again for your help