These pictures look like your monitor is attached to the computer via a VGA cable, using analog signals.
If there is no possibility to switch to a digital connection, such as DVI, HDMI or DisplayPort, I’d first recommend adjusting your screen.
Most monitors come with an Auto Config feature to automatically adjust for best quality when using VGA. Please refer to your monitor’s manual.
Alternatively, you can play with picture settings, such as “Clock” and “Phase” in order to get the best quality possible.
However, the best solution still would be using a digital signal connection to the monitor.
Thank you for this wealth of information! Really appreciate it. Unfortunately, I’m just using my laptop. That’s what’s been bothering me. Makes me think if this is related to this. Maybe my installation went out of whack, but something happened that led to fonts looking bad.
Yeah, let’s leave it like that
But i have the clue, ttf-liberation is not included in Minimal xfce Manjaro, probably in the normal version. For some reasons, i installed the lastest stable release this morning in a VM, i checked it).