What is the secret to get a nicely anti-aliased IDEA on Linux? I've read a
few previous posts on the topic but nothing really helped get something
I'm running 4171 and 5201 on a relatively recent kubuntu with KDE 3.4.0.
Java is 1.6.0-beta2 build 76.
I have IDE Settings -> Appearance -> Use antialiased font in editor == true
Look and feel: Alloy. Glass Theme
default fonts NOT overridden
I have "-Dswing.aatext=true" in idea.vmoptions.
The editor text looks good, but everything else is painful to look at. Menus
look hideous. All dialogs, toolwindows, etc are not anti-aliased.
What's the secret? Is there hope? With more and more people working with
LCDs I think it'd be worth getting that to work.