Configuring Fonts and Enabling Bitmapped Fonts In Ubuntu

by vitalbodies on July 21st, 2008

Configuring Fonts and Enabling Bitmapped Fonts In Ubuntu:

	sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig-config

Copy the command above.

Open the terminal: Applications > Accessories > Terminal

Paste the command: Edit > Paste

Press the Enter Key on your keyboard > type in your password > Press the Enter Key on your keyboard.

Configure some of the settings Ubuntu uses when handling fonts.

Configuring Fonts:

Screen Rendering: You can set how Ubuntu handles screen rendering of fonts: Native, Autohinter None.

Subpixel Rendering: You can set how Ubuntu handles Subpixel Rendering: Automatic, Always or Never.

Enabling Bitmapped Fonts Or Outline Fonts: You can Enable Bitmapped Fonts or continue to use outline fonts in Ubuntu if you want to.

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