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[Bug 243558] Arial font major rendering regression on SUSE 10.2 (from 10.1)
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  • Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 13:23:29 -0700 (MST)
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------- Comment #8 from mfabian@xxxxxxxxxx 2007-02-09 13:23 MST -------
Some comments to the screen shots you attached to comment #4:


quite blurry. It doesn't have the rendering glitch with the ‘9’
as seen in the next screen shot, but it is far too blurry for my


Has an obvious rendering glitch in the glyph for ‘9’, that's right.
And the spacing is indeed a bit more uneven than in the previous screen
I don't mind the “123” that much, but the spacing in the word
looks a bit weird to me.
A little less blurry than the previous screen shot but still too blurry
for my test.


These two screen shot are using the byte code interpreter. They are
because the rendering with the byte code interpreter didn't change.

I think they are *far* better than the screen shots created with the
*Very* sharp, no rendering glitches at all.

Why don't you use these?

As these are clearly the best, autohint=false is the default for Arial on
openSUSE 10.2.

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