On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 15:08, Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@xxxxxxx> wrote: > That's... strange. > > Could you per chance check to see if the font type is at fault? IOW, see > if if all the bad (or all the good) ones are truetype, or PS type-1, or > PS type-2, or bitmapped fonts only, or... Of course, that entails > rooting around in your font dirs and mapping the fonts in the list to the > actual files, but it could help pin down the problem. > > Also, try temporarily disabling font anti-aliasing and hinting, and see > if that helps. If it does, you could turn it back on and try playing > with the detailed config. And while you're there, you might as well try > toggling DPI forcing too, between disabled, 96, and 120, tho I don't > expect dpi to make a difference other than in the size they show up, but > then, this is a strange bug, so... > > FWIW, these font controls can be found in kde settings, common appearance > and behavior, application appearance, fonts, at the bottom. These > settings often apply to newly started apps only and particularly with > this bug, perhaps only with an X restart, so the best way to check would > be to change the setting and then logout of kde and restart X, just to be > sure. At 14 px, these are the affected fonts: Andale Mono MT Std Courier 10 Pitch Droid Sans Mono TlwgMono Tlwg Typo Ubuntu Mono Not affected: Monospace Andale Mono Andale Mono IPA Courier New DejaVu Sans Mono FreeMono Liberation Mono Disabling the "Smooth fonts" and "Draw intense colours in bold font" options did not help. I made all changes in the Profile Configuration menu of Konsole. -- Dotan Cohen http://gibberish.co.il http://what-is-what.com ___________________________________________________ This message is from the kde mailing list. Account management: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde. Archives: http://lists.kde.org/. More info: http://www.kde.org/faq.html.