Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 21st Jan 2006 19:18 UTC
PC-BSD The second release candidate of PC-BSD 1.0 has been released. From the announcement: "The latest cut of PC-BSD, version 1.0RC2 is now available! This update adds KDE 3.5 support, as well as some additional features/bugfixes. ISO's may now be downloaded from our main download page. Users currently running under PC-BSD 1.0RC1 can also download a self-installing system update, which upgrades the system to 1.0RC2. This file is available on our Updates page, as Patch #6."
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RE[4]: PC-BSD Rocks
by Charles A Landemaine on Sun 22nd Jan 2006 15:03 UTC
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Yes, Tahoma is part of the webcore fonts package in PC-BSD. It is nice to use Tahoma for toolbars, and buttons for instance.

I had the problem of fonts in just about every Linux distro I used (Gentoo, Debian, Kurumim, Mandriva and Ubuntu), and also on FreeBSD. Fonts are either aliased or anti-aliased, and the only tradeoff is excluding a size range from being anti-aliased ;)

PC-BSD has Bytecode Interpreter on, fonts are aliased for most of them on this screenshot, and I this it looks good. What do you think? I think it looks nicer than if everything were antialiased and hardly readable. These are the same rules as those of Windows actually.

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