Smoothing screen fonts

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Smoothing screen fonts

Post by scrankin »

Running a Win2000 system. Have gone to control panel: Display, Effects, Use Smooth screen fonts (etc). But the font lists I am looking at are decidedly jagged. How can I get better results?
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As we found out, the Smooth Screen Fonts feature built in Windows depends on selected font and font size. Usually it turns on font smoothing when you enlarge font size. It appears the best way is to support font output with anti-aliasing in FontExpert, as many users have requested...
(If possible, please send a screenshot to our support@ e-mail, just to be sure that we understand your question correctly.)
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