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View Poll Results: Do you use ant-aliasing?
Anti-alias on: LCD 2 33.33%
Anti-alias on: CRT 3 50.00%
Anti-alias off: LCD 1 16.67%
Anti-alias off: CRT 0 0%
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Old 07-04-2004, 08:58 AM   #1
webazoid
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who's using anti-aliasing?


I'm a newbie to linux and trying to get used to anti-aliasing fonts since the regular ones look too jagged (though i don't use anti-aliasing w/in windows). courious what everyone else is doing.

WHOOPS: The last choice, #4 should be [anti-alias off: CRT]

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