I use Google Chrome as the most preferrable web browser, and I'm also a fan of GDI++ (but not gdipp) tool that allows to replace the system font renderer to a MacOS-like one. That tool is able to affect the font rendering almost in all applications except of some system controls (like menus) as well as Chrome. I've found that the
--no-sandbox switch in Chrome allows to reach the text appearance I really love and prefer, but it's a possible security threat. If not using the switch, GDI++ has no effect at all...
Is there a way to launch Chrome without
--no-sandbox but considering GDI++ as a trusted application somehow (I'm not sure, GDI++ might try to inject some code)? Or should I pay attention at gdipp?
Thanks in advance.
Little P.S. I prefer GDI++ rather than gdipp, because GDI++ is more configurable to render fonts the way I like.