[Development] OpenGL drivers

Thomas Hartmann Thomas.Hartmann at digia.com
Mon Dec 2 14:26:29 CET 2013


yes, this was a conscious decision. Does it create usability issues for you?

Kind Regards,
Thomas Hartmann

Am 01/12/2013 03:30, schrieb Thiago Macieira:
> On sábado, 30 de novembro de 2013 22:29:12, Mark Gaiser wrote:
>> What you refer to are probably the fonts rendered through QML. By
>> default QML renders fonts with the "distance field" stuff [1]. It
>> looks awesome on mobile, but looks horrible on the desktop. This has
>> been known for a while [2] but apparently there is no effort ongoing
>> to improve the situation for the desktop users.
>> Globally setting the "QML_DISABLE_DISTANCEFIELD" variable makes it use
>> the native font system again and makes it look nice:)
> They look exactly the same way. I'm wondering if the smaller and more
> compressed fonts aren't intentional in the Qt Creator welcome page.
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