That option/setting is turned on. I'm not seeing any change regarding the symptoms when I turn it
off and on.
I tried another thing now, namely to see if there was possibly an Albany AMT in the 4.1 package. I
couldn't find one though (in /Applications/LibreOffice.app/Contents/share/fonts/truetype), but
nonetheless I moved that folder out of the way and copied the truetype folder from 3.6 as a
substitute. This didn't change anything though, the bold still looks the same, too bold.
6 okt 2013 kl. 01.01 skrev mariosv:
please take a look for the option in:
Menu/Tools/Option/LibreOffice/View - Graphics options - Use Anti-Alising.
I do not see visible differences with 4.x but I seem to remember there was
significant differences in some 3.x
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