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greenline
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To Google Chrome users: To view the fonts the right way, you always go to -> Right click on Desktop -> Display -> Properties -> Settings – Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts -> ClearType?

You check this setting when you use Chrome? Should I assume my users will make the same thing? Or I should set some CSS for this?

I know there is a CSS setting to improve fonts readability on Chrome, I’ve seen a very simple solution about an year ago in Envato forums and I am not able to find it anymore in the forums. Can you please tell me which is that CSS setting to anti-aliasing fonts for Chrome? Thanks.

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OriginalEXE
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I believe it is:

-webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased;
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Jar
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Is that to fix issues like this? (I use Chrome)

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a site that doesn’t have that unAA’d look when using non-native fonts.

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Shellbot
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Is that to fix issues like this? (I use Chrome)

Yep. Though I think it only works on Mac, Chrome on Windows won’t show any difference.

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