#kde - Sun 18 Feb 2007 between 11:31 and 11:51

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Sho_On two distros, actually, Gentoo & Kubuntu
JucatoSho_: console-terminus?
Sho_Jucato: xfonts-terminus
Jucatoah kool let me try :)
smileafmedia-fonts/terminus-font <-- in gentoo
Sho_Jucato: Terminus/Regular/9 being my favorite coding font
Jucatocoding font?
cucowhats the name in debian?
wsjuniorya, it worked fine here on gentoo
srednacuco: in kubuntu, it is 'xfonts-terminus'
cucoi see also console-terminus here, whats this?
Sho_Jucato: font-to-use-in-code-editors
JucatoSho_: ah
Sho_cuco: For the Linux console, i.e. non-X11
cucolooks like some crappy "fixed" font here
Sho_: non-X11? i dont understand... isn
Jucatokool it looks good :)
cucoSho_: non-X11? i dont understand... isnt X11 EVERYTHING?
:)
Jucatocuco: tty's
Sho_cuco: Coders tend to use fixed-width fonts for editing program code
smileafdoesn't seem to interesting here either.
cucoi use konsole-font for kate as well
actioncuco uses konsole-font for xchat sometimes
cucouses konsole-font for xchat sometimes
smileafkonsole-font aka fixed font =p
cucosmileaf: i wich fixed looked that good
actioncuco goes back to work
cucogoes back to work
ElbridgeGerr1I've installed KDE, but whenever I change my resolution to above 1152x768, my screen fills with garbage and such. Why is this?
annmaElbridgeGerr1: it should not happen
ElbridgeGerr1annma: Well, it is. =p
annmaseveral people Iknow have higher resolutions
distro?
ElbridgeGerr1annma: Ubuntu
Sho_In any case, KDE has no influence on it
ElbridgeGerr1I used a higher resolution in GNOME
Sho_Nor has Gnome
Sounds like an X/driver issue
Tm_TElbridgeGerr1: What does you do to change resolution?
ElbridgeGerr1Tm_T: System Settings > Monitor & Display
annmaElbridgeGerr1: if you try another window manager it'll probably be the same

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