Anti-aliased text on Windows?
chipp at chipp.com
Sat Jun 5 10:40:27 CDT 2004
If your XP computer displayed antialiased text and you're not seeing it
on you Rev App then chances are you're using the default font for RunRev.
Try putting in the msg:
set the textfont of stack "yourStackNameHere" to tahoma
you should see the antialiased fonts appear instantly.
Terry Vogelaar (de Mare) wrote:
> Hi all,
> Being a Mac user, I was surprised to see the text in my Rev made
> application without the soft edges I expected to see. Since it is a
> program to display text on an LCD projector, I was kinda disappointed. I
> asked a very experienced Windows user that admitted he didn't knew what
> anti-aliased text was. For all who don't know either: see the following
> link for a quick explanation.
> It is an OpenType Postscript font displayed on a Win98 PC with Adobe
> Type Manager 4.1 installed. Would using another Win version or other
> type formats solve this problem?
> Of course I could convert every text into a graphic, but since it
> handles a lot of text on thousands of cards, that would not be an
> elegant solution.
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