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After switching back to Firefox I noticed that a few sites I frequently visit don't look that good, the fonts are jagged and sometimes it makes it harder to read the text. I don't have this problem when visiting the site using Chromium. This is a screenshot of how gitlab.com looks, not pretty:

Gitlab.com in FF and Chromium

Why is that, and more importantly how do I fix Firefox to be pretty too?

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It is strange. On Chrome 30.0.1599.69, it does not use the font specified by the developers. font-family: "Open Sans","Helvetica Neue","Helvetica",Arial,Verdana,sans-serif; However, on Firefox 22.0, it used "Open Sans" to display the text. If you removed that CSS statement by using "Inspect Element", you can see the effect. –  Ivan Chau Dec 12 '13 at 9:36
    
Chrome blocked access to font Open Sans. i.stack.imgur.com/yH3Un.png –  Ivan Chau Dec 12 '13 at 9:43
    
That's a bit strange indeed. So it seems the font choice of the site developers is to blame. Well, not much to do about that part then. I wonder if that also causes the Outlook Webinterface pages to look similarly ugly in the font department. –  Magnus Dec 12 '13 at 18:17

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It could have happen that you enabled the page zoom holding CMD or CTRL and scrollwheel. That can make even images look jaggy. Try from menu selecting View > Zoom > Reset.

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This might be the answer you're looking for. This article also suggests a couple of other solutions.

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These both seem geared towards Windows users, but the parts that apply to Linux don't make any difference at all :( –  Magnus Dec 12 '13 at 18:15

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