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Re: [magnifiers] Any decent magnifier for linux?

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  • Bas Cancrinus
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      On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 9:56 PM, noeyewar <kennethbrodersen@...> wrote:

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      > Hi everyone.
      > Windows 7, and its integrated magnifier, came as an angel send from above
      > and allowed me to throw the crappy zoomtext to the mountains of
      > software-scrap. I did realize how a simple product with great performance
      > could beat a slow, comprehensive walrus. Thank god.
      >
      > But my education (I am studying software engineering) requires me to rub
      > the belly of the pingvin. After running linux inside a virtual machine for
      > some time, I think I am ready to engage in a closer relationship with the
      > pingvin allowing it access to the most secret parts of my computer.
      > It is where my problems begin Is there any kind of decent magnifier
      > available on that platform? Compiz-fusion, which can be categorized as the
      > counterpart to Aero in windows, offers a magnifier with similar
      > functionality, but my problem is that it seams it has the worst "image
      > quality" ever. Text is extremely blurry. Is it possible to enable some kind
      > of font smoothing or does anyone here have experience with different
      > solutions that works better?
      >
      > Thanks in advance.
      > Have a nice day, kind regards, kenneth brodersen
      >
      >
      >



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      Bas Cancrinus
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