On 29/08/2004, at 2:18 PM, andy v wrote:
>> Mac Browsers especially.
> In any of my osx browsers (safari, FF, Moz, Camino) the site appears
> practically unreadable. The reason is your choice of black (or very
> dark) background + very thin font for the text. Unlike in some
> versions of win os, in osx the fonts are rendered with anti-aliasing
> by default in most applications, including browsers, so the text
> appears as deeply blurred and blended and impossible to read. I use a
> g4 + 20inch calibrated CRT display, perhaps the perception would
> differ slightly with other type of displays (like TFT), dunno.
Mac OS X 17" PowerBook - Safari and Mozilla looks fine, even with the
anti-aliased fonts. Andy probably has a good point though, CRT displays
are very soft compared to TFT.
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