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Uncheck "Use LCD font smoothing when available" in System Preferences > General then restart Sublime Text.


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You can create your own user .css file to modify the default fonts when using Safari on Yosemite


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Try doing this: Edit -> Preferences -> Advanced panel -> General tab -> Remove Checkmark from "Use Hardware Acceleration when available" Click Ok Restart FireFox


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I am using Macbook Pro 15" with Retina display and a 27" thunderbolt display. After upgrading to Yosemite the font on the macbook built-in display looks very clear, but that on the thunderbolt display looks blurry. I guess Apple did't consider the thunderbolt display users when they test the new font.


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I had the same problem and wrote a script for an overview in a html-file. For me this solved the problem. So maybe this is a solution for you, too. I think it is not difficult, but you have to know how to open Terminal application. If you're familiar with scripts and Terminal and so on, save the code below with a name of your choice at a place of your ...


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Preview's postscript conversion doesn't use Times New Roman, but you (probably) can use Times Roman. I'm not familiar with Gnuplot, so I'm not sure how to set fonts, but the name is "Times-Roman"


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No, there isn't such a tweak which allows to add them just to some songs. Only for the whole app.


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The answer is Yes and No, depending on the app developers. I purchased iPhone 6 Plus for the hope that I can see bigger text. But apparently, not every user or developer thinks the same. On my iPhone 6 Plus, I turned on the "Zoom" mode in "Display & Brightness" for my aging eyesight. What it does is to render the text bigger. It works very well in ...


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Apple is ditching Lucida Grande with its next iteration of OS X, which will now use Helvetica Neue as the default system font on OS X Yosemite.


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If you have jagged fonts and washed out colors then it can mean in the Accessibility Prefs Pane the contrast is not set to Normal: If the contrast setting is anything other than normal then the LCD font smoothing in General Prefs is overridden which is what causes the jagged fonts. Higher contrast settings can even cause parts of text to dissapear. This is ...


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If you still have the font itself, /System/Library/Fonts/Menlo.ttc, you should be able to open Font Book and just drag the Menlo.ttc onto the application window and it'll add back the font for you.


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While in Finder, hold option key and click on Go menu then choose Library. In Library, find Font folder, drag and drop the fonts into this folder. I keep my fonts organised into separate folders inside Font folder and the OS picks them up.


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Depending on your OS X version, it should be possible to open Font Book and then drag the entire collection of fonts you wish to install from Finder onto the Font Book window.



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