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Pages on adobe.com have terrible looking fonts. I seriously doubt the problem is on their end. I have ClearType disabled on my Windows Server 2003.

Pages such as http://blogs.adobe.com/typblography/2010/09/choosing-type-for-screen.html look terrible at my end; here's a screenshot of a section of that page:

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It looks the same whether I view from Internet Explorer 8 or Chrome. I don't know of any other websites where the fonts are so rough-looking. How do I fix this?

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It's probably because you have ClearType disabled. Some fonts are made with the assumption that it is enabled; they look really bad otherwise. Try enabling it and seeing if they look better.

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