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Le 2011-06-24 03:35, Astron a écrit :

I just tried out different LibO greens with my titlebars:

I think Green 0 actually looks best, but I am not completely sold on
this. The other greens seem a bit aggressive.

Another thing to think about is font. I would propose (for Linux
systems) FreeSans, a Helvetica copy, which is almost universally
installed and works well as an interface font. When setting this,
think about font hinting, too. Should Cleartype (Windows)/sub-pixel
hinting (and what level) (Linux) be enabled or not? Subpixel hinting
looks bad in print, on CRTs or on LCD screens that use a different
sub-pixel ordering, but is much smoother on R-G-B LCD screens.


I just checked on my system (Mageia 1 -> a Mandriva fork), FreeSans is not installed. How is the Liberation font family for print? This font is definitely installed on all linux boxes. If we are to adopt a specific font, we should make sure that it is a maintained font and that we can either have a link to a site where it can be downloaded from or we should store in on our own servers. I also think that it should be opensource.

I think I had seen somewhere on one of the wiki pages, a specific recommendation for a font for print, was is not Vegur?



Marc Paré

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