Openbox Configuration Manager - Windows title font
神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)
rafaellaguna at ubuntu.com
Sun Aug 11 20:20:11 UTC 2013
I see it a bit bolder, but it can due to the rendering mode. Try modifying
the font sharpness, or try another font. I suggest you Sans to check this,
because of its thin forms may help to see if there's any problem.
Also, install Avantgarde or aonther "slim" font (you can grab them free
from www.dafont.com), put them on ~/.fonts, re-login and see if the problem
persists. Doin' it the science way! :P
紳癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna)
Lubuntu Artwork Team
2013/8/11 Pierre Gobin <lubuntu at pierregobin.fr>
> Hi Rafael, thanks for your answer :)
> Le 11/08/2013 20:55, 神癒礁湖 (Rafael Laguna) a écrit :
> Sorry for answering late. The font by default is Ubuntu Medium
> (default=ubuntu-medium). It's defined on the lubuntu-default theme. I don't
> really understand what you mean. Your visual config seems right.
> My problem is that after my manipulation, I don't get the same appearance
> that I have on a fresh installation. Except for color, don't you find on
> the screenshot that title font of active window is different from title
> font of inactive window ?
> The "bug" of choosing Bold and it gets back to Medium is a font problem,
> not ours. The reason is a bit complicated to explain and it's about the
> metrics of the bold font. It's supposed that using Bold on a word processor
> should work fine, but not in little sizes, because the type is not well
> designed for tiny spaces, so it switches to the closer type (something like
> In a few weeks the Ubuntu Font Team will release a new package correcting
> some bugs (including this) as well as more types (thin, extra-bold, etc)
> and designed explicitely for small sizes as well as print sizes, which
> needs another type and kerning technology due the higher resolutions up to
> 300 pixels per inch of paper.
> Ok, thanks for the information :)
> Kind regards,
> Pierre Gobin
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