* Oleksii Vilchanskyi <oleksii.vilchanskyi(a)gmail.com> [06-24-19 00:12]:
On 6/24/19 5:31 AM, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
* Oleksii Vilchanskyi
<oleksii.vilchanskyi(a)gmail.com> [06-23-19 20:59]:
It feels like some of the recent (2 weeks ago or
less) snapshots has
changed the way Qt(?) applications render fonts -- now they resemble
Infinality patches with a thick configuration.
As an example, here are side-to-side GTK and Qt pavucontrol versions.
The GTK version has the fonts rendered like they used to be rendered all
What has changed, and can it be brought back?
: <https://i.imgur.com/tPvWfnl.png> (not attaching so that the
message does not fall in spam)
pavucontrol appears the same for me that it has for several years.
It's not about the pavucontrol per se. All Plasma and [as it seems, all]
Qt apps behave like that. Pavucontrol has a Qt port, so it was used to
demonstrate the visual difference.
I cannot look at a gtk version as I use
plasma/kde and don't have
Well, pavucontrol only provides GTK GUI. The Qt one is
ok, appears I have neither, only pavucontrol-3.0-2.6.x86_64
I make *major* use of "zypper -v dup --no-r"
to say what version you use which may, or may not make
a difference. mine is Tw.
fwiw: I have
not witnessed *any* changes in font appearances for
quite some length of time.
OK, then my Fonts (as in Plasma System Settings) configuration is:
font family: noto sans (except monospace)
antialiasing: Vendor default
noto sans except fixed width
% xrdb -query -all | grep -i xft
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