The font of Windows always needs to be improved. Say I have ClearType on Windows XP. It is good and looks clear and sharp.
I found GDI++ last month, and I tried it on XP.
The font in IE and some native windows programs are better. But it is bad when I run some program made by other company.

David Yin

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One Reply to “GDI++ is not good enough”

  1. The Version I have (from ) works fabulous and does a great job. Sure, it works not with all programmes (two, one of them being Chrome) that I am aware of. Else, it is great eg. with Firefox, makes file-management easier, etc. I leaves ClearType for dead.

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