Source Priority Failing checks
Bitmap Fonts
Medium
Unlike 'outline fonts' (fonts described mathematically via curves; chosen in the rest of profiles), 'bitmap fonts' represents group of fonts, which contain bitmap for each glyph and size. Thus, only several sizes exist for each font. They are very fast to render, because there's no need to compute the bitmap and are considered more readable especially on small sizes (even, some outline fonts contains so called 'embedded bitmaps', bitmap versions of itself, for small sizes). Bitmap fonts are rendered black and white, not smoothed.
Medium
Black and White Rendering
Medium
Fonts rendered without antialiasing (grayscale smoothing), black and white. In contrast with smoothed fonts, they are much more readable without any drawback of smoothing (fuzzy or uneven stems etc.). In connection with good hinted fonts (e. g. Liberation 1 fonts), this setting can give bitmap quality fonts while maintaining scalability.
Medium
Black and White Rendering for Monospaced Fonts
Medium
Monospaced fonts rendered not smoothed, other fonts (sans-serif, sans and unspecified) will use default setting. Default family preference list is used.
Medium
Default
Medium
Fonts are smoothed with antialiasing. Unlike black and white rendered fonts, this setting can produce 'beautiful' fonts sometimes to the detriment of readability. TrueType fonts, which are known to have good hinting instructions are rendered with bytecode interpreter, otherwise FreeType autohinter is used on the 'hintslight' hinting level. Using font native hinting instructions produces glyphs displayed with thiner stems. Default family preference list is used (nowdays TrueType fonts with good instructions are preferred).
Medium
CFF Fonts
Medium
Given Adobe's contribution to FreeType library, CFF fonts can be considered good compromise between readability and smoothness of rendered glyphs.
Medium
Exclusive Autohinter Rendering
Medium
Unlike in default profile, even for good hinted fonts, FreeType's autohinter is used (on the 'hintslight' level). That leads to thicker, but sometimes fuzzier (and therefore less readable), glyphs. Default family preference list is used.
Medium
Subpixel Rendering
Medium
Use subpixel rendering capability of LCD monitor. Requires subpixel rendering enabled FreeType library.
Medium
installed
Medium
not installed
Medium
Preference List for %s
Medium
<p><b>Family:</b> %s</b></p>
Medium
<p><b>Specimen for %s</b></p>
Medium
<p>No specimen available for this font and script.</p>
Medium
<b>No script found for %s.</b>
Medium
<p><b>Family:</b> %s</p>
Medium
<p><b>Scripts</b><ul>
Medium
Family preference list for %s
do not contain any installed family.

Medium
Please make sure to install at least one for each
alias, otherwise this preference setting has no effect.

Medium
Fonts can be installed e. g. via fontinfo.opensuse.org.
If you install them when this yast module is running,
you must reread the profile to see the results.
Medium
You have set LCD filter type (%s).
Medium
This needs subpixel rendering capability
compiled in FreeType library.
Medium
Unfortunately, we cannot ship it due patent reasons.
Medium
See README.subpixel-patents from yast2-fonts package documentation.
Medium
Match for %s
Medium
Font &Antialiasing
Medium
Antialias Also &Monospaced Fonts
Medium
Force A&utohinting On
Medium
Force Hint St&yle
Medium
Embedded Bitmaps
Medium
Use &Embedded Bitmaps
Medium
All Lan&guages
Medium
Limit to &Selected Languages
Medium
&Select
Medium
LCD &Filter
Medium
&Layout
Medium
Alias
Medium
Font Family
Medium
Available
Medium
Remove
Medium
Down
Medium
Up
Medium
&Add
Medium
&Installed families...
Medium