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Font smoothing & click-drag in Firefox?


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1) How do I turn font smoothing off in Firefox? I have TinkerTool set to turn off smoothing at 9 pt for Quartz and below as well as turning smoothing off completely in QuickDraw; for some reason Firefox is still being smoothed. Is there some way to turn it off specifically in the browser, or do I need to change my global settings?

2) How in the world do you click-drag in Firefox?? This is driving me nuts... I really liked the simple apple+click dragging in IE5.2 and figure there has to be SOME way to do it in Firefox...

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