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Fuzzy Text in OS X

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I'm noticing that text rendered in applications in Panther are now fuzzy and seems to have a moire-like look to it. It looks like there is a small red drop shadow to everything. Anyone know of a solution on how to fix this? Fonts used to look beautiful in my G5 with OS X 10.3.5.

My ex-girlfriend did change my monitor settings when she was using it. And I did download the latest security update and single processor firmware update.
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