On 03/08/2012 07:49 AM, Toralf Lund wrote: > On 08/03/12 14:35, John Doe wrote: >> I use both 3.6.26 (from centOS 5) and 10.0.2 (binary from mozilla). >> And, after setting the same font settings in both, I cannot see any real differences... >> Only tiny difference I could find if I screenshot both and zoom a lot is lighter pixels in the anti-aliasing of 10.x. >> But that might just depend on the position in the display maybe... > Like I said elsewhere, I looks like the version 10 applications do not > pick up the settings from System->Preferences->Fonts->Details... in > GNOME. I've just verified that Firefox does on a system with an older > CentOS version, although there are no direct updates like for other > programs - I have to hit reload to see updates in the contents area, and > restart to get updated display in menus etc. > > If it's not too much too ask, could you check if these settings have and > effect for you? > Firefox 10.0.1, at least the version in CentOS6 that is included, has its own unique font settings. Please open the Edit => Preferences ... then click the "Content" tab. In the Content Area, you will see a "Fonts & Colors" area, and there is where you will pick your Firefox font. There is also an Advanced section.
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