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Posted on 2004-09-01
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Hi

this is regarding html/css

Is there a way of manually applying cleartype to a section of text if cleartype is not already being used on the computer browsing the page?
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Question by:marcus03
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Nope. impossible. It would be cool however. aliasing text with a css property :-)
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You could perhaps create images for your text, high quality ones and use them instead of just plain old text if that interests you.

That way you will be able to dictate how the text looks, images have much better definition than plain old fonts.  I am sure your aware of that anyroad.  But if your text is not dynamically driven then you could use images

I will have a look for you to see if anything comes up, but perhaps you also experiment with css a bit to get a desired effect too!

regards

pjcrooks2000
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thx
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