I recently installed Fedora 34 KDE, having employed Manjaro and Solus in the past. I like it so far (after getting acquainted with selinux anyway) what with being able to use color profiles and having G-sync working without my desktop flickering even with the OpenGL 3 compositor.
Something I haven’t been able to work out though is why most fonts in most settings/ webpages/applications look, well, bad. Like low-res versions of their real selves. Sometimes almost like normal and sometimes pretty noticably off and occasionally with purple/pink halos.
Under system settings-fonts I’ve changed the default sizes to +1, but not changed the fonts themselves. RGB antialiasing is on by default and if I turned that off most fonts look downright horrible.
Have never experienced anything like this and since the system settings → fonts appear to be able to influence the fonts globally I’m wondering if I’m missing something?
I’m using the OpenGL 3 compositor if that helps, have a Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics card and a 1440p display. (Am also using X11 which the install defaulted to. Tried Wayland and Kitty lost its background translucense and the first native linux Steam game I tried to launch failed spectacularly in a graphical-glitch way so I reverted to X11).