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I'm using aquamacs on OSX (snow leopard) and I'm trying to configure the font to look exactly the way it looks when I run emacs in the terminal. Yet, when I set the exact same font (Monaco 13pt), the text looks blurry in the aquamacs window while it looks sharp and pristine in the emacs in the terminal window.

What am I missing?

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Go to Preferences, then click on Aquqmqcs (bottom of the dialog), then you'll find "Ns Antialias Text" somewhere around the middle of the window. Click on "Toggle" to set it to "nil".

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For me (not an Aquamacs user) it's toward the bottom. – Daniel Beck Jan 24 '11 at 15:43

You will have to find the option for Anti-Aliasing and disable it. Some editors have it, some don't. Does AquaMacs have this option? (The screenshot below is for example for

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Customize option `ns-antialias-text' to nil.

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Could you explain where this option is? – Ivo Flipse Jan 24 '11 at 11:21

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