After updating from CentOS 6.2 to 6.3 it seems that antialiasing is not available. My system:Machine: Dell Precision 7400Display: U2711NVidia Quadro FX 4000OS: C... [by stefan32]
I assume that the operating system detects whether I have LCD or CRT, so it can select the allowed antialiasing methods?
I want to get rid of this "brilliant" antialiasing for x-axis, called subpixel rendering. It does not work. My eyes can pick up the color differences too well, so looking at the text is like looking at rainbow (if I am allowed to exaggerate a little).
Recently I have been trying to determine whether the atrix supports anti-aliasing in 3d applications. It seems that it does not, as I have yet to see it used in various apps. Also, the chainfire 3d driver says "MSAA not supported by your gpu" - so it seems like it does not.
Is there a way for me to enable anti-aliasing on the Font Selection pane in Microsoft Word? I know that there are other ways for me to search for fonts, but for a quick search the non-anti-aliased text makes it hard for me to see how the font actually looks on paper.
System-wide antialiasing has already been turned on, and my whole Word GUI (menus, text, etc.) is antialiased except this.
As I posted yesterday, 6.5, a new Dell with a Quadro k2000. I installed
kmod-nvidia, and startx works fine... but runlevel 5 fails.
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