Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Aug. 09 2008,20:07
@hats: Yes, anti-aliasing=blurry. I tried changing fonts and turning anti-aliasing off, and then I did better than -- I compiled aterm, which uses less RAM than Terminal. Then I removed Xfce since I prefer ratpoison anyway. That reduced RAM use, CPU cycles, and freed up a bleep-load of space on my hard drive.
If you want blurry fonts in jwm so you can give it a pseudo-Xfce look like slitaz (iirc -- mind is first to go) had, you can add one of the GTK2 extensions with xft and recompile jwm to support xft blurring. Then add mrxvt if you want a tabbed terminal. Find some fancy icons to bloat up dfm and your taskbar and menu. Voila, faux Xfce in DSL, with less bloat and no mcs/thunar daemon stuff running.
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