This is what I mean. How can text look so bad?
@gueorgui you can pretty easily replace the screen with a better IPS one. There were reports of someone getting a 1080p screen a while back, but ime the normal IPS one is pretty damn good.
Also, this could be an antialiasing problem maybe?
@alexandria_ I wonder if it's an antialiasing thing, because I do have the IPS screen! I'd love to do the 1080p screen thing one day though :)
@gueorgui Unfortunately linux font configuration is a rabbit hole. I dunno if you've seen these pages but maybe they'll help:
@alexandria_ Thanks a lot for those! I've seen the Arch one, will look into the others and hopefully figure it out 👍
@gueorgui That does look bad! What’s the article? I’d like to compare with Fedora.
@gueorgui It’s no better for me (in Firefox, by the way), but most of the text on my screen is a lot better than this. 🤔
@amdt Surprising. The X1C is a high-dpi display, right? That text looks totally fine on my Macbook, both in Firefox and in Brave. It's webfonts, so the font themselves are not to blame, but then what? System font rendering? I thought the browsers kind of overrode that?
@gueorgui Mine has a non-scaled, 1920 × 1080 ‘FHD’ display. Perhaps that’s it?
@amdt Ah yes, that makes sense!
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