yesterday I reinstalled Arch on my desktop system. I noticed that in /etc/fonts/local.conf there is now an option to switch off anti-aliasing for fonts < 12. Some time ago I had to put that manually in. I switched off anti-aliasing for small fonts and everything works fine on my desktop - small fonts are displayed crisp and bigger ones are anti-aliased.
Except Thunderbird is ignoring these settings completely and forces everything to be anti-aliased:
Does anybody know a solution, so that Thunderbird doesn't use anti-aliasing on small fonts?
Thanks in advance, -sd
You can change many hidden font options using about:config (Edit->Preferences->Advanced->Config Editor). Find the option font.antialias.min and modify its value.
However, I think your fonts look very good and I wouldn't change them
Feel free to correct my English