[Mono-winforms-list] Fonts i mono-mwf / wine
stifu at free.fr
Sat Nov 28 05:39:54 EST 2009
It's not that Wine does a better job, it's just that Mono and Wine don't have
the same goals, and don't do things the same way. Wine tries its best to act
just like Windows, while Mono uses the default OS fonts (and icons, too). So
Mono integrates better with the OS, although WinForms isn't really the best
example of that (OS integration could be improved some more, especially on
OSX, I guess).
Note that Windows users can also change their default font settings, meaning
non-flexible apps would also have a "strange look" in that case. So it's not
a new issue that Mono introduces, but can also happen with .NET on Windows.
> One thing that hit me today that I havent thought of before when I was
> running spotify as usual through wine was that the fonts/sizes was almost
> the same as on windows.
> But in mono winforms on the other hand, this is almost always an issue
> when I trying different applications using mwf under mono, the fonts/sizes
> are not the same, resulting in a strange look.
> Why does wine do a better job rendering win32-components than mono does?
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