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Jul
24
comment Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
@DavidPostill: If you post your "use cleartype" as an answer, I'll mark it as "the" answer. Thanks also for the tips from larkey.
Jul
24
comment Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
@larkey: I've posted the results of looking for "font" items in about:config and only found font.internaluseonly.changed. Changing that had no effect.
Jul
24
revised Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
Posted results of enabling/disabling font.internaluseonly.changed in about:config
Jul
24
comment Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
@DavidPostill: I've enabled cleartype and it seems to have improved things. What's odd is when I then turn it off, the fonts look "dimmer" than they were before I enabled it.
Jul
24
revised Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
Added screenshot after enabling cleartype
Jul
24
comment Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
@larkey: I have not modified the "cleartype" items in about:config. I'll inspect the "font" items in a bit and update back here.
Jul
24
revised Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
add about:config cleartype settings
Jul
17
asked Fixing bad fonts in web pages in Firefox on Windows 7
Jul
9
comment Save Microsoft Word 2010 document as PDF and preserving inter-document bookmarks
I have found that this works only within a single PDF file generated from a single Word document in Word 2010. But, I am specifically trying to make it so that links in one PDF file that point to another PDF document will open up that other PDF file and view that particular location in that second PDF file. Very much like an HTML anchor would work but in HTML pages.
Jul
3
asked Save Microsoft Word 2010 document as PDF and preserving inter-document bookmarks
Feb
25
awarded  Scholar
Feb
25
accepted How to disable the default browser dialog with firefox -no-remote -P options
Feb
25
revised How to disable the default browser dialog with firefox -no-remote -P options
Found reason behind the behavior. Updating answer
Feb
14
comment How to disable the default browser dialog with firefox -no-remote -P options
I posted a bug report to forums.mozillazine.org/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=2913719
Feb
14
answered How to disable the default browser dialog with firefox -no-remote -P options
Feb
7
awarded  Commentator
Feb
7
comment How can I make Firefox load JavaScript from the command line?
Tried the above on my browser from the Linux Bash prompt and it brought up a page with the "javascript:alert('Hello World')" text in the address bar, but did not execute it. My User Agent is: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686 on x86_64; rv:35.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/35.0. So how do we get it to execute? I'm running Firefox from the command line so Firefox should just execute it, right?
Feb
7
asked How to disable the default browser dialog with firefox -no-remote -P options
Nov
8
asked How to edit Google bound App Script in External Editor
Oct
20
awarded  Teacher