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From the Colors drop-down list on the Background tab, you can select from the following choices: Solid Color: This option fills the wallpaper with one uniform color. You are provided one color button to set the color. Horizontal Gradient: This option fills the wallpaper with a one color on the left, blending with another color from the right. You are provided two color buttons to specify both colors. Vertical Gradient: This option fills the wallpaper with a color on top, blending with another color at the bottom. You are provided two color buttons to specify both colors. To specify the color or colors that will be used, click the color buttons beside the Colors drop-down list. The Pick a Color dialog box will appear. Select a color by clicking or dragging the color wheel. You can also use the eyedropper tool to obtain any color displayed on your screen, including anywhere on the desktop or in open windows. Simply click the tool on the color. If none of this works for you, you can manually provide the hue, saturation, value (HSV) or red, green, blue (RGB) values or color name by specifying the combination of hexadecimal digits (this will be familiar to web designers). A preview of your selection is shown at the bottom left of the dialog box in the right color preview bar. The previous color that you selected is shown in the left color preview bar. Click the OK button when you ve chosen your preferred color.
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Ubuntu lets you change the fonts that are used throughout Ubuntu (referred to as system fonts). You can also alter how they re displayed. To change a system font, open the Appearance Preferences dialog box (System Preferences Appearance), and click the Fonts tab, as shown in Figure 10-5. Click the button next to the system font you want to change, and then choose from the list. You can also set the font point size, perhaps to make the labels beneath icons easier to read. By clicking the entries in the Rendering section of the Fonts tab, you can change how fonts look on your monitor. This will alter the antialiasing and hinting of the font. Antialiasing softens the edges of each letter to make them appear less jagged. Hinting affects the spacing and shaping of the letters. Used together, they can make the on-screen text look more pleasant. Try each Rendering setting in sequence to see which looks best to you (the text in the dialog box will update automatically to show the changes). Nearly everyone with a TFT-based screen, including notebook users, finds the Subpixel Smoothing option best.
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Figure 10-5. You can alter the way fonts appear on screen by using the Fonts tab of the
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Two font-hinting subsystems are available under Ubuntu: Autohinting and Bytecode Interpreter. There s a lengthy debate about which produces the best results. Personally, we prefer to use the Bytecode Interpreter, because we believe it leads to the cleaner fonts, but others say Autohinting is better in this regard. Some people say that the Bytecode Interpreter is worth using only if you make heavy use of the Microsoft TrueType Core Fonts (see 21 to learn how to install these fonts). Follow these steps to switch between the Bytecode Interpreter and Autohinting systems:
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1. Open a terminal window (Applications Accessories Terminal). 2. In the terminal window, type the following: sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig-config 3. On the first screen of the configuration program, select Native to activate the Bytecode Interpreter.
Alternatively, you can choose Autohinting or even None, which will turn off the hinting system.
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4. On the next screen, you can select whether subpixel rendering is activated. This is useful only
for TFT screens (including notebooks). Select Automatic, or if you use a TFT monitor and want to ensure the option is activated, select Always.
5. The third screen offers the option of using bitmap fonts. These are fonts that, unlike the TrueType
fonts used within the rest of Ubuntu, don t scale beyond their original sizes. There s no harm in enabling them, because they can sometimes be useful as system fonts.
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