Monsta wrote:I've managed to somewhat improve font quality with a simple script which I've posted here. Need a few testers now to confirm it works not only for me.
I reverted back to my original /etc/fonts, ensured that it still gave me poor rendering, ran your script and now the fonts render the same as they did when I replaced /etc/fonts with the ubuntu package. Decent rendering. I have Subpixel enabled in my smooth font rendering settings and Slight enabled in Hinting settings of Appearance Preferences/Fonts. Works to my liking. I'll probably just keep it this way.
This sure does make me wonder why Debian can't just up a do this rather than keep settling for crap font display for years. ???????
I appreciate your little script and I get to keep 2.9.0-6 by using it. If I run into any difficulties I will let you know. As of right now, it's just fine.