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Poor anti-aliasing in Rotated text with ClearType on
There is a problem on my system that occurs when text is rotated 90 degrees as it is in frame labels. This only happens when ClearType is turned on, and only around 90 degrees of rotation. I am ...
Feb 4 '13 at 2:39
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