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Restore subpixel antialiasing to Apple's websites
Authored by: jjardoino on Jan 30, '11 01:57:29AM

I have to warn about a problem : this week, I had to go on a group's page of Google Groups (not the page of Googles Groups, but the page of a group) and on Gmail settings page. And, each time i tried, Safari crashed. No problem with another browser.

This morning, I remembered that I had installed he "user.css" of this tip and understood that it could be the reason of the crashes.

And, yes, it was! I disabled it and, since this moment, Safari displays these pages without crashing.

Edited on Jan 30, '11 02:04:45AM by jjardoino

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Restore subpixel antialiasing to Apple's websites
Authored by: fds on Jan 30, '11 03:57:28PM
Please try the rule like this:
body,div,p { -webkit-font-smoothing: subpixel-antialiased !important; }
Seems to be a bug in the currently released version of Safari which is already fixed in the WebKit Nightly build or the current shipping version of Chrome.

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