Blurred and fuzzy fonts after Installation of MP3 Tag

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Graucho Mardi 13 Novembre 2018 à 13:08

Environment: Linux Mint 19 Xfce, PoL 4.2.12, Wine 3.01

After installation of MP3Tag (from the original website, the package within the PoL repository crashes with checksum mismatch) MP3Tag looks like on the first hardcopy (1st image, pol-mp3tag.png): The fonts are blurred and fuzzy.

Then I de-installed MP3Tag and installed both winetricks and the corefonts.

After that I installed MP3Tag again, to no further success regarding the fonts. I got a bunch of new fonts (2nd image, pol-corefonts.png) installed with winetricks/corefonts, but I don't have the slightest idea on how to assign these fonts to MP3Tag.

I gave it another try with Wine Console (3rd image, wine-console.png), but the fonts look the same.

What am I doing wrong here?

Thanks in advance.



Edit: I'm fiddling with the images. Are these only shown if one is logged in? Anyway, I provided links above.


Edité par Graucho

Graucho Mardi 13 Novembre 2018 à 23:44

Found the solution to above problem here:

Ignore the thing with winetricks allfonts and [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\X11 Driver] and proceed directly to Regedit-Changes ("Enable font smoothing").

That'll do the tricks wink