Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Mar 2012 23:16 UTC
Windows Okay, so this one actually bothers me quite a deal in the Windows 8 consumer preview: the fonts in Metro look fuzzy - they look like fonts on Mac OS X. Because of the Mac OS X resemblance, I had assumed that Metro switched to a shape-accurate rendering method, like Mac OS X uses, but as it turns out, it's a little less exotic than that.
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RE: Comment by ephracis
by smashIt on Tue 13th Mar 2012 02:18 UTC in reply to "Comment by ephracis"
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it will go away in the future.
when you take printing as a reference, 600 dpi are enough to avoid aliasing-issues
on large high-resolution screens we have more than 200dpi today
on realy small ones we are already beyound 2k dpi

it's only a matter of time till scaling-problems are solved (and we have the bandwidth to drive those screens)

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