Le samedi 12 mars 2011 à 16:35 +0800, PCMan a écrit :
> I did a quick review and found a problem in lxappearance.
> The Xft antialias stuff is not as easy as it looks like.
> See this page: http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/ScreenFontSettings
> There is no common standard for this and things are totally in a mess.
> The most cross-toolkit and cross-desktop way seems to be using Xrm.
> Since gtk+ uses cairo, it might support Xrm, too.
> But using gtkrc and XSettings can get the config dynamically applied
> in gtk+ applications.
> I'm not sure if Xrm works for Qt4. IIRC Qt4 doesn't use Xft.
> Anyway, if possible I don't want to do it in a gtk+ specific way.
> Any thoughts or comments? 

Is XSettings not supposed to be a standard way to interact with this
settings ? I think it will be easier (at least, for the short term) to
stay with XSettings, as many parts of lxappearance use this.

Julien Lavergne

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