Re: bad anti-aliasing; what thinks my CRT is an LCD display
Florian Kulzer wrote:
> ...if an LCD screen is detected. You can avoid this
> by choosing "Never" if you suspect that there is a problem with the LCD
Where is the LCD detection performed?
I have now worked around the problem (currently by turning off anti-
aliasing entirely, soon by trying just turning off RGB antialiaing),
but I am trying to find the actual source of the problem so I can fix
it right (maybe overriding the autodetection, maybe by identifying and
reporting an autodetection bug).
> Furthermore, the hinting style (native or autohinter) also has a
> significant influence on how fonts look on the screen. I would recommend
> to try different settings ..
Thanks. I'll look into that too.