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gFont, ttfont alternatives with good anti-aliasing (Gimp anyone)?

Hi guys,

I tried using gFont and ttfont to render some text into GIFs/PNGs,
but I found that anti-aliasing is not really done, or not 
working too well (unless I'm missing something).

Has anybody tried other ways to render nice text as bitmaps 
through wml?

Maybe using the Perl interface to the Gimp toolkit?

I'm grateful for any tipps! For instance, it would be interesting
to know how the headlines in the wml docs were created, like

Thanks in advance,


Stephan Petersen                           sp@gtt.lth.rwth-aachen.de

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