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    ayacopino is offline Member
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    Smile Java Runtime Bad Fonts

    I have a Oracle Forms application with Sun Java Runtime 1.6.0.16 in Linux Ubuntu.
    The problem appears when i change the screen resolution.

    The application seems to have bad fonts or smaller ones.

    The problem is not resolved when i switch again resolution.
    In one machine i managed to resolv this changing vertical refresh to 60hs, the other machines.

    Any advice where to debug this problem will be much appreciated.
    Thanks,

    Andrew.

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    I wouldn't expect the screen resolution to have any effect here.
    What do you mean by "bad fonts"?
    What's wrong with them when you change the resolution?

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    I mean the fonts looks awful or smaller, they are not very clear when i change resolution.It seems like there is another font instead of original font.

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    That'll be your monitor then.
    Nothing to do with Java.
    A pixel is a pixel to it.

    ETA: Presumably they're smaller because you've increased the resolution of your monitor.

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