March 14, 2001
A whole new desktop with anti-aliasing
Author: JT Smith
Anti-aliased fonts, a computer graphics tweak that many users believe gives more life and realism to the electronic printed word, are available for Linux. Getting anti-aliasing working on your system may not be the easiest thing in the world, but following Dennis E. Powell's trials, tribulations, and informal walkthrough might do the trick. More at LinuxPlanet.