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Brett Mason
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      07-09-2003
On Mon, 07 Jul 2003 22:40:57 +1200, Lennier wrote:

> On Mon, 07 Jul 2003 22:24:28 +1200, Brett Mason wrote: on RedHat 9
> Mozilla 1.4 displays anti-aliased fonts, but Firebird 0.6 didn't.
>
> And... yeah - I agree - Anti-aliased fonts makes a huge difference to
> the browsing experience, so I can understand your feelings on this one.
>
> I would have thought that anti-aliasing on Mandrake would be a priority.


Everything that comes on the CD is aa. Its the third party stuff thats the
problem.

> Have you tried pulling the source code and compiling it yourself?


I'm not too keen on compiling anything that big. It always seems to take
far longer than it should.

> BTW, I've just this minute finished compiling and installing the latest
> version of Pan - pan 0.14.0.90 - and it's alot faster than 0.14.0.0 -
> it's worth the upgrade.


# urpmi pan
ftp://ftp.bahcesehir.edu.tr/pub/texs...-1tex.i586.rpm
52% of 1063k completed, ETA = 0:01:47, speed = 53423

Good work texstar.

Cheers,
Brett.
 
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      11-21-2003
On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 22:25:19 +1200, Brett Mason wrote:

>> BTW, I've just this minute finished compiling and installing the latest
>> version of Pan - pan 0.14.0.90 - and it's alot faster than 0.14.0.0 -
>> it's worth the upgrade.

>
> # urpmi pan
> ftp://ftp.bahcesehir.edu.tr/pub/texs...-1tex.i586.rpm


If you pull the source code and compile it yourself you can take advantage
of the i686 optimizations.

Lennier


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      11-21-2003
On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 22:25:19 +1200, Brett Mason wrote:

>> BTW, I've just this minute finished compiling and installing the latest
>> version of Pan - pan 0.14.0.90 - and it's alot faster than 0.14.0.0 -
>> it's worth the upgrade.

>
> # urpmi pan
> ftp://ftp.bahcesehir.edu.tr/pub/texs...-1tex.i586.rpm


If you pull the source code and compile it yourself you can take advantage
of the i686 optimizations.

Lennier


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