sorry if this has been asked before but how does one disable
anti-aliasing in the www/mozilla port (mozilla 1.2.1)? I have upgraded
from 1.1 to 1.2.1 via ports today only to find that the visual display
is rather seriously broken; any font everywhere is anti-aliased, even
the menus, dialog boxes etc. Even worse, the fonts look as if one has
written them with a typewriter with an ink ribbon that's already far
beyond its lifetime.
Why I'm asking here is because I've heard from a friend that Mozilla
doesn't come that way per default and that it must be specifically built
to provide full anti-aliasing everywhere (why one would want to do this
eludes me, though.)
So is there any way to make the mozilla port 1.2.1 behave like 1.1?
I.e., only use anti-aliasing for large fonts in the rendered html text?
I'm using the new version for a mere 15 minutes now and I can alread
feel a headache coming in from having to look at that mess (even worse
because I also use mozilla for mail.)
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- Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing Matthias Buelow
- Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing Joe Marcus Clarke
- Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasin... Matthias Buelow
- Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasin... Kuroishi Mitsuo