Clipping, such as the type you're noticing can often result from using
fonts that are a different DPI than the screen was designed for.
Unfortunately, GTK+ isn't smart enough to realize when this is going to
happen. From your screenshots, it's apparent that you're using 100dpi
fonts, while the default in most installations is 75dpi. Until GTK+ 2.0
and the associate GNOME libraries come out, you're probabl out of luck
and will have to deal with the clipping, that is, unless you want to
change your system to use 75dpi fonts.
Carl B. Constantine [duckwing@...] wrote:
> * Terry Biggs (tbiggs@...) wrote:
> > Carl,
> > Are you having any luck getting the fonts in the startup durid to work
> > right?
> what do you mean by work right? Are you referring to the clipping? Not
> yet no.
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