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Re: [SLE] KDE-2.2 and no anti-aliasing
What version of X are you running? I believe only versions 4.X support it. Also check your XF86 log to see if the render extension is loaded. Look for a like like:

Initializing built-in extension RENDER

Avi

--On Tuesday, August 21, 2001 09:40:14 AM -0400 Jesse Marlin <jesse.marlin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I figured that anti-aliasing would have been compiled into SuSE's
qt-2.3.1, but it just wouldn't work. The anti-aliasing stuff can be
turned on and off with an environment variable, so why not compile it
in, what is the penalty. People that don't need it just disable it. Did
I miss something here? Luckily I still had my older version qt-2.3.0
and I just relinked the /usr/lib/qt2 to point to it, and anitaliasing
works again. I tried the version from ftp.kde.org, and ftp.suse.com,
and neither had anti-aliasing turned on.

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