UberGerbil wrote:Have you played with the ClearType tuner?
I use standard because I mostly still use a (large and ancient) CRT.
drsauced wrote:So many CRT users out there, still? I should update the poll
Cleartype Tuner Activate! It's better! I'll live with this for a while.
Edit: Bah. Back to Standard.
Huh? What made you change your mind?
tsoulier wrote:I dont even know where to turn it off or on
just brew it! wrote:tsoulier wrote:I dont even know where to turn it off or on
Display Properties -> Appearance -> Effects
kvndoom wrote:I think it says a lot for how different people's eyes work. I had a thread in the Graphics forum complaining about how I missed Quincunx in Nvidia's drivers, because the blurriness actually helped by being easier on my eyes. For others, it caused them eyestrain instead of relief. Seems to be the same with CT. I think it's good to have options like this, because not everyone has the same type or depth of sensitivity in their vision. Curse you, Nvidia, gimme back my 2xQ!!!
You probably needed to run the tuner because you had a panel with a different subpixel ordering or that was otherwise at odds with the default ClearType settings. You still might not have liked the results, but it wouldn't have been as bad as that.2_tyma wrote:regular for me, tried it when i installed ie 7 i acidentally checked it, and went crazy on how to remove it, finally did it 10 min later, worst 10 minutes of vewing, this is on a lcd too
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