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Chapter 13. Graphics, Fonts, and Printing > Font Fuzziness on the Screen

13.7. Font Fuzziness on the Screen

As noted earlier in this chapter, printed type generated by Mac OS X always looks smooth and terrific, at all sizes and on any printer.

On the screen, however, some people describe the type in Mac OS X as remarkably smooth—while others describe it as fuzzy. There's a lot of confusion regarding Mac OS X's jaggies-eliminating technology, which is technically referred to as antialiasing.


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