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How can I use cleartype fonts in my own application?

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Is it possible to use cleartype fonts in my own application, and does it work with any font?

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I'm using eVC++ 3.0 for PPC 2002

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LOGFONT          fontData;
fontData.XXX = ...;
fontData.XXX = ...;
fontData.XXX = ...;
fontData.lfQuality = 6 /*CLEARTYPE_COMPAT_QUALITY*/;
yourClearTypeFont = CreateFontIndirect(&fontData);

they forgot to define the constant CLEARTYPE_COMPAT_QUALITY so just use 6 (u can use 5 too i dont remeber the difference)
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I actually have found the solution since I posted the question long time ago, and it is exactly what you mentioned. Thanks!
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