I have the Comodo Dragon browser v 184.108.40.2065 installed on my Win 10 x64 (1607). Since the very first use of the browser I have been encountering a strange font set being used by CD. It is very unpleasant to read and watch. I was wondering whether Google’s Chrome has the same issue but found out it has not. Chrome’s fonts are just as they should be.
Take a look at this comparison below. Is there any way how to make fonts in CD look the same as in Chrome?
That font blur was terrible, it’s been bothering me for ages. I found temporary partial respite by deselecting hardware acceleration for video in settings but this command restores normal fonts entirely. I really wish we were not treated as guinea pigs so often
I have just been given another PC and it also has the same fonts issue I described above. Trouble is, there is no such option as “disable direct write” on the flags page. I only tried to disable hardware acceleration but that did not help. Is there any other way how to make the fonts look right?
Thanks for your help and efforts. Unfortunately, none of the above solves the issue. I have just realised it is a bit different from what it was on my laptop. The Advanced Fonts Settings extension actually displays all fonts properly, but for some reason on some websites (such as FB and a few others), all texts are italic except for a few special symbols used in our language.