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More crisp font for iTerm on OSX

On iTerm on OSX Mountain Lion the default Monaco font is not very good for white on black text Aliased text is ugly Anti-aliased text is too bold I would prefer more crisp anti-aliased font. ...
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4answers
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Getting crisper fonts in OS X after switching from Windows

I have switched my programming environment from Windows 7 to Mac OS X Lion, and I missed the Windows' crispy front rendering, for example, under Eclipse, you can check the screenshots. OS X: ...
0
votes
1answer
235 views

Pixelated PDF in Apple Preview slideshow mode, but not in regular window

I have a PDF which is a presentation exported from OpenOffice. Two of the slides in this presentation have embedded .eps graphs. When I run the presentation using Preview's slideshow mode, the ...
3
votes
0answers
802 views

How can I make non-anti-aliased text look good in Firefox on Mac OS X?

After being a Windows user for the last 10 years, I got a MacBook Pro, which I'm working on configuring to my liking. I find small-size anti-aliased text to be blurry and hard to read, so I typically ...
2
votes
2answers
400 views

Pixelated fonts in Safari when using tap to zoom

In OS X Lion 10.7, when using Safari, I double tap content and it is zoomed. Everything works well, but some of the fonts seem jaggy. There is no anti-aliasing when zoomed. Pulling back to actual ...
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vote
3answers
574 views

OS X 10.6: sub-pixel antialiasing

I'm using a Core2Duo Mac mini with the latest OS X 10.6 version. Though the option "Use LCD font smoothing when available" is selected in the System Preferences, Appearance page, when I take a ...
0
votes
1answer
398 views

How to turn on FSAA on Mac? (27" iMac i5)

I'm playing StarCraft2 there's no option to turn on FSAA in the game. As you know, there is no way to set FSAA in Mac OS X. How can I turn this feature on? My Mac is 27" iMac i5 with ATI Radeon HD ...
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1answer
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How can I turn off anti-aliasing for the text editor in Flash Builder on the Mac?

Is it possible to turn off anti-aliasing for the text editor in Flash Builder on the Mac? For Flex Builder I was able to do this via the terminal using the following defaults write ...