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|Originally Published: Tuesday, 11 April 2000||Author: Olav Phillips|
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TrueType Fonts: Getting to the Point
Fonts are nice little letter stylings that display text in new and interesting ways. But, when you come down to it, a character on the screen is just a collection of pixels. So why is Linux limited in how it displays its fonts? Check that story out here.