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__Choices: Native, Autohinter, None
_Description: Font tuning method for screen (system default):
Please select the preferred method for tuning fonts for screen rendering.
Select 'Native' if you mostly use DejaVu (the default in Debian) or
any of the Microsoft fonts. Select 'Autohinter' if you mostly use other
TrueType fonts. Select 'None' if you want blurry text.
__Choices: None, Slight, Medium, Full
Choices-C: hintnone, hintslight, hintmedium, hintfull
_Description: Automatic font hinting style:
Please select the preferred automatic font hinting style to be used as
the system default.
The hinting style is the amount of font reshaping done to line up to the grid.
"Slight" will make the font more fuzzy to line up to the grid but will be better
in retaining font shape, while "Full" will be a crisp font that aligns well to
the pixel grid but will lose a greater amount of font shape. "Slight" is the
To revert to the pre-2.12 behavior, select "Full".
__Choices: Automatic, Always, Never
_Description: Enable subpixel rendering for screen:
Rendering text at a subpixel level generally makes it look a bit better
on flat (LCD) screens, but can show color artifacts on CRT screens. The
"Automatic" choice will enable it only if a LCD screen is detected.
_Description: Enable bitmapped fonts by default?
By default, only outline fonts are used by applications which support
Outline fonts are fonts which scale well to various sizes. In
contrast, bitmapped fonts are often lower quality. Enabling this
option will affect the systemwide default; this and many other
fontconfig options may be enabled or disabled on a per-user basis.