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Yes, spot on! Chromium-based browsers are simply incompatible with clear-type tuning, at least on my system. The text looks normal with standard or no font smoothing. All things considered, I think clear-type tuning looks a little better elsewhere, but to be able to switch it on and off fairly easil...
Interesting: it does make reading text on some websites a bit easier, although it still looks pretty awful. Naturally, it has no effect on the equally poor text on tabs, toolbars, settings, etc. I seem to have the same problem with all Chromium-based browsers; I have just tried UC and it's the same,...
- Mon May 14, 2018 12:20 pm
- Forum: Bug Reports
- Topic: Text rendering in Slimjet
- Replies: 6
- Views: 4680
Hi, The problem I would like to discuss relates to the way text is appearing in my version of Slimjet. My system is Windows XP, so the version is 10.0.13.0; my display is 1024 X 768 pixels (please don't laugh!). All text in Slimjet, including the menus and on tabs, as well as on websites, looks so b...