On Wed, 4 Oct 2006 20:02:33 +0300, "Ismail Donmez" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said: > 04 Eki 2006 Çar 19:52 tarihinde, Ismail Donmez şunları > yazmıştı: > > 04 Eki 2006 Çar 19:45 tarihinde şunları > > yazmıştınız: > > > Did you enable the bytecode interpreter in FreeType for the second > > > example ? It doesn't seem so. > > > > Freetype library did not change between tests ( I am actually just > > installing old libXft testing, installing new libXft testing ), so I don't > > think thats the problem but I agree it just looks like that indeed. > They're clearly different, look at the shapes of the 2 or 6, especially the horizontal stems in these glyphs.
I think I understand now. I forgot to mention that you should enable "medium" or "full" hinting in your fonts preference dialog. That's because "light" hinting will now always invoke the auto-hinter (with the exception of fonts which require the unpatented hinter to load properly, e.g. MingLiU). I believe it should remove the difference you see. If not, send more screenshots :-) Regards, - David Turner - The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org) > For reference I applied the following patch to Freetype sources before > building. > > Thanks, > ismail _______________________________________________ Freetype mailing list Freetype@nongnu.org http://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/freetype