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Chrome font rendering problem

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mkol    68

Hello

 

I use to be a big fan of Chrome browser but since a year I left chrome for firefox. The reason I came to hate Chrome was it's fonts rendering. Up to version 17 everything was fine with chrome, but some how they changed the way it renders fonts on windows. The fonts are less smooth and uneven and rough on the edges. After so many versions updates I am still shocked to see they haven't fixed that problem. I did some look up in google and people are complaining but they just don't care to listen. However I found a fix link below, but I am no coder and not sure how to do this.

 

http://superuser.com/questions/308135/how-can-i-improve-font-appearance-in-google-chrome

 

Help would be greatly appreciated if you you guys let me know if there is a easy fix for this. And if not how do I edit the information from the link.

 

 

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Knife Party    630

huh? which version are you using? mine is fine

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Kalint    228

Ugh!  I had this problem a while back, after the latest update it got fixed (atleast for me).

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mkol    68

Version 30 I just download and started to use it, the problem is still there of the fonts on Windows 7.

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fobban    23

The font rendering for Windows is being improved, although it will take a couple of months before it hits the stable channels.

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Torolol    926

The problem with CoolType/subpixel rendering is quite often the font-renderer were given/assuming wrong information about monitor's RGB-pixel geometry.

And when its happens, it will worsen the displayed fonts/texts.

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mkol    68

What is the solution anyone??

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