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How can xfce be configured to make it's font look like the Windows default font. I'm pretty sure you'd have to turn anti - aliasing on and use Times New ...
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    Howto Make Xfce Font look like Windows font.


    How can xfce be configured to make it's font look like the Windows default font. I'm pretty sure you'd have to turn anti - aliasing on and use Times New Roman, but other then that I'm clueless. What size should it be set to? Is there anything else I'd need to do?

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    I use KDE. I know both KDE and gnome have control panels where this can be enabled. Perhaps if you have one of those installed you can first use their control panel to select anti-aliasing text on screen. It should work because I think it just changes X11's settings. I hope I've been of some help.

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    Heh, I can figure out how to actually make the configurations. I just don't know how I'd need to configure it. =P Thanks, though.

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