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    In mac OS X 10.2 there is a new features of the text display. In all the browser, it will set the texts all become much more stronger, so that we can see the text clearer. but i worse for web designer, because we cant see what is the text would be shown on a PC browser. So when you design web in MAC OS X 10.2 remember to set this feature down to standard or light(we can do it in System Preferences - General) so you can review what exactly the text will be shown in all browser.
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    What do you mean by "stronger"... are you referring to anti-aliasing?
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    Senior Member iphong's Avatar
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    Yeah! i mean the text look bolder and more anti aliasing.
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