From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-09 12:58:21
Dave Harris wrote:
>>Imagine new 200 dpi devices being ready for production but not usable
>>as no GUIs are available that can deal with that high a resolution.
> I'm kind-of asking why we will succeed when other people have failed.
> It sounds like the answer is "anti-aliasing". The GUI will only support
> devices that have enough colours to do good anti-aliased rending.
Either you have high resolution, in which case you don't need anti-aliasing,
or you don't, in which case anti-aliasing will make small text unreadably
blury. It seems there is nothing you can do to avoid hinting, meaning
at that small a scale you have to account for device coordinates quite
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