I have configured some applications (Emacs, xfce4-term) to use bitmapped fonts, and disabled hinting/anti-aliasing.
But there are still a lot of anti-aliased fonts in my GUI desktop (xfce4).
If I simply turn off anti-aliasing through settings, I see a lot of ugly-looking fonts. Much of this text, however, could be rendered just as well using bitmapped fonts, for which anti-aliasing is not necessary. (For example, the font used for Google results, or for any generic dialog, menu, etc.)
Therefore, instead of turning off all anti-aliasing, I would prefer to configure all these "default" faces to use bitmapped fonts.
I'm looking for global settings that would achieve this goal without having to individually customize every application.
FWIW, my distro is Debian, and my desktop environment is xfce4.