KDE Font Settings

Jan 16 2010

Besides editing the font configuration file, there is an easier way to adjust font settings on desktops like GNOME and KDE. This article will cover KDE, since I just read another article that tries to make Ubuntu look like Mac OS X.

  1. Menu > Computer > System Settings
  2. Under Look & Feel, Appearance
  3. Click Fonts > Configure
  4. Make sure sub-pixel rendering is enabled if you have an LCD screen and Hinting style is set to the preferred level. Hinting affects the edge contrast of fonts.
  5. Click Ok and Apply

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