I haven’t written on this blog since last year and my very traumatic experience with upgrading my 2014 Mac Pro to OS X 10.10 (Yosemite). It’s not that I don’t have anything more to say about OS X or other topics. It’s just that I find it less time-consuming and more immediate to post things on Twitter, […]
Archive for the 'Anti-Aliasing Hall of Shame' Category
Those rough edges have no place in Mac OS X.
Pages 3.0: The problem with the lack of sub-pixel anti-aliasing is that we have to live (and work) with it todayTuesday, December 4th, 2007 • 4:31 pm
Apple is probably never going to fix this.
Why be consistent across all your applications when you don’t have any competition?
Other writers discuss the lack of support for various font smoothing styles in Pages.
Better than Excel 2004, but there are still some problems.
Menu extras can’t use colour pixels for anti-aliasing.
A retraction of sorts.
Fully-owned Apple Subsidiary + Proprietary Interface Controls = Ugly White Smears.
Cocoa applications are not immune. They just have different problems.
Yup. Even Bare Bones Software.
The top performer in terms of smoothed text illegibility.
Welcome back to the wonderful world of Geneva 9 pt.
Next in the line of convicts awaiting execution: Apple.