just brew it! wrote:
Ubuntu's default fonts are easy to read in part because they are larger. I tweak the font settings a little bit to make better use of screen real estate, at the cost of a slight decrease in readability.
I've had a slightly mixed bag of font experience in CentOS. I really don't like the default subpixel hinting with certain fonts. I've finally settled on using Cantarell with "Best shapes" which uses grayscale smoothing. This is much better than the default behaviour.
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