Bugzilla – Bug 1143469
Bad fonts rendering in GNOME Terminal
Last modified: 2019-07-31 12:20:40 UTC
Created attachment 812161 [details]
Screenshot of the problem
On my Chromebook ARM, in GNOME Terminal within Wayland, fonts are badly rendered. It is hard to read.
Fonts in other GNOME apps look fine.
Resolution is 1366x768.
Screenshot is in attachment.
Is this only on 32-bit Arm, or is it a Wayland problem reproducible also on 64-bit? Are any lima/panfrost drivers at play here?
(In reply to Andreas Färber from comment #1)
> Is this only on 32-bit Arm, or is it a Wayland problem reproducible also on
> 64-bit? Are any lima/panfrost drivers at play here?
openQA does not reproduce it on aarch64.
Yes, panfrost is enabled, but the problem is the same with software rendering.
If I switch manually to a custom font, such as 'Monospace Regular', rendering is OK.
Not sure how to find which font is used by default.