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Getting nice anti-aliased fonts in Debian

One of the things that annoyed me however, was the default looks of fonts. Some fonts (especially in Firefox) did not look anti-aliased, while those that were, did not look as nice as I'm used to from Mandriva
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Today, things are a bit easier: a Liberation package is now available in the Debian repository as are up to date packages of Freetype. And I learned a bit more about Debian's Freetype configuration, so I was able to tweak the default settings now, instead of just replacing everything by Mandriva's.

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