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Anti-Aliasing of Fonts


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Hey guys,

I know how to change the level of antialiasing of fonts through system preferences however it doesn't tweak the smoothing enough for my CRT monitor.

Is there any apps which let you use like a slider to adjust as I only want very light smoothing of my fonts, I know Cleartype on XP has a "powertoy" which lets you tweak the heck out of the smoothing.

Thanks,

Stew
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