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Restore subpixel antialiasing to Apple's websites
Authored by: jamietshaw on Jan 20, '11 02:26:35PM
Thanks for pointing this out. I thought the text looked a bit funny but wasn't sure if it was just my eyes. Another way to change the setting is:
  1. Create a text file containing body {-webkit-font-smoothing:subpixel-antialiased !important;}, saving it somewhere sensible with a .css extension.
  2. In Safari's Preferences go to Advanced and select your file from the 'Style sheet' dropdown.
It seems to apply to the other programs as well as Safari. I don't know whether this method is technically any better or worse.

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