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March 5, 2019 at 13:04 in reply to: Non monochrome fonts in Qt applications are fuzzy and badly anti-aliased #21665
Yes, with this option the display is perfect. However typing is a bit more laggy, probably due to the larger encoding and bandwidth overhead.March 4, 2019 at 12:57 in reply to: Non monochrome fonts in Qt applications are fuzzy and badly anti-aliased #21650
That’s good to know, thanks for looking into it.
Furthermore I tried the option with and without quotes as
16m-png, and the session log always says
Info: Using pack method dynamic with session xsession-default.and the visual artifacts are still present.
ProxyExtraOptionsitself can’t be interpreted:
$ /etc/NX/nxserver --version
NoMachine Workstation Evaluation - Version 6.4.6
$ grep ProxyExtraOptions /usr/NX/var/log/nxserver.log
/var/log/nxserver.log:2019-03-04 12:30:16 312.540 31265 NXNODE ERROR! Wrong syntax in configuration parameter ProxyExtraOptions at: 16m-png
No stray non-ASCII chars in the config file, either:
$ cat -A /usr/NX/etc/node.cfg | grep ProxyExtraOptions
February 28, 2019 at 14:00 in reply to: Non monochrome fonts in Qt applications are fuzzy and badly anti-aliased #21611
/usr/NX/etc/node.cfgwith the various options and restarting it each time via
systemctl restart nxservershowed no changes. The only other settings I changed in node.cfg are
A better and clearer way to reproduce this is setting the terminal to red-on-black. I took a screenshot of gnome-terminal and konsole from within NX, and while the user view shows gnome-terminal in clear fonts, viewing the screenshot within NX showed these artifacts everywhere. The pixels in the screenshot itself are perfectly clear of course, so sending it via NX seems to degrade it.
I also reset the client display settings to defaults, there some other settings were required to remove some blurry images in qt-creator, but nothing changed.