On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 22:30, Tim Aslat wrote: > In the immortal words of Joe Marcus Clarke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>... > > Unless you're using mozilla-devel-gtk2, then the recent GTK upgrade > > will not affect you. If you are using the GTK-2 version, you should > > do a rebuild of it after making sure glib20, atk, pango, and gtk20 are > > all up-to-date. > > Hmmm, ok. any other ideas. I've just done a complete upgrade of all my > mozilla (embedded & headers) to 1.3b,1 and I'm still seeing the same > thing. I also totally wiped out the mozilla directories before doing > the installation. > > Any other ideas?
You can try rebuilding Mozilla with -DWITHOUT_XFT. This will disable the Xft font engine, and make font rendering like it was in 1.1. Other than that, it might be something screwy with your setup. I have Mozilla in some form or another working on five different machines without any problems. Joe > > Cheers > > Tim -- PGP Key : http://www.marcuscom.com/pgp.asc
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