Tuesday, March 11, 2003 [Tweets] [Favorites]

Anti-aliasing in Safari

Dave Hyatt responds to John Gruber, who said that Safari shouldn’t anti-alias Geneva and Monaco. Hyatt rightly states that anti-aliasing is ultimately subjective. This is why Mac OS X should provide a way to turn it off—and render and space bitmapped fonts properly, so they don’t look like this.

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