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Альбом Hatber VK Приятного путешествия 29.7 х 21 см (A4), 100 г/м², 32 л.

Альбом Hatber VK Приятного путешествия 29.7 х 21 см (A4), 100 г/м², 32 л.

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Issues with web page layout probably go here, while Firefox user interface issues belong in the Firefox product. Shared components used by Firefox and other Mozilla software, including handling of Web content; Gecko,CSS, layout, DOM, scripts, images, networking, etc.
Issues with web page layout probably go here, Firefox user interface issues belong in the product.
We aren't seeing any trends in GFX cards or drivers.
It does seem to be Windows only.
I've already received email addresses from 3 users to help with 1 on 1 troubleshooting.
As in, setting it to zero or one, has the same effect.
Quite a useless option.
Adding Roc to cc list.
It looks like people are getting ClearType with bad gamma?
Is this an expected change?
Did something change in layer compositing that would cause this?
Is this an expected change?
I don't remember anything specific.
We've always tried to have subpixel-AA text in the chrome so I'm kind of surprised to hear that that's being seen as a regression.
Alice might be able to tell us what changed when, if she ссылка на подробности reproduce it.
In FF16 and earliergfx.
But in FF17, it's set to true.
With azure content enabled, Firefox uses subpixel font rendering throughout chrome and content, regardless of whether ClearType is enabled or disabled in the Windows control panel.
This problem didn't occur when azure content was turned off.
I've heard back from one so far of the users reporting this via SUMO, confirming that setting Пленки-заготовки для ламинирования малого формата (65х95 мм), комплект 100 штук, 75 мкм, BRAUBERG />I think this is a serious Azure bug - our rendering should respect the user's choice in the Windows control panel.
Until that is fixed, I think we should disable azure content again.
And given the level of user complaints, we should consider pushing out a 17.
BTW, at one point we had the same issue with non-Azure D2D content using subpixel AA even when ClearType was preffed off in Windows.
This was fixed inbut it seems Azure a similar fix.
But in FF17, it's set to true.
It's trivial for -us- to flip the pref only if a user has cleartype set to false in the control panel, that seems like a better fix.
But in any case, Azure content -should- be respecting the pref, I'll into why it's not.
I'll have patch for the issue up in a little bit.
I'm not sure whether this is important enough for a 17.
Although I doubt the proper fix will be very risky.
Attached patch obsolete — — This patch makes Azure respect the user's system-wide cleartype setting.
This sounds like a problem!
Last I knew, x86 was LITTLE endian.
Last I knew, x86 was LITTLE endian.
You are obviously, absolutely right.
Possible values are 0-3.
And it would seem most logical to initialize to DEFAULT, if anything, though it makes no difference in the end.
Possible values are 0-3.
Enums are signed I think.
Does the bug not affect Fx17?
JP said this is "the 1 support issue for FF17"; it's clearly affecting a substantial number of users, and it's a serious visual regression for them.
If we don't backport this to 17.
We already did that for FF15 and FF16 in ; it would be better to do so again for one more cycle than to continue shipping with this regression.
If there -is- going to be a 17.
And I'm more than happy to make a patch that applies to mozilla-release.
However, this ran on Beta for 6 weeks shipping to over a million people, and we didn't notice any bugs with relation to this.
This makes me think that the people suffering from this bug are loud, rather than that they exist in large numbers otherwise one would statistically expect them to show up on the beta channel as больше информации />Azure content offers a number of substantial performance improvements in FF17 for example browser chrome on slow machinesthat weren't there yet in 15 and 16.
I'd be hesitant to ship a perf regression to 25% of our userbase based on an unknown but presumably small number of people suffering from a perceived visual quality reduction.
Having said that, as I've said before there's an easy compromise, if we judge this patch too invasive for mozilla-release, and we judge the problem seriously enough to address in a 17.
That way the performance regression would only affect people who are suffering from the visual quality 'regression'.
I think it'd be good to go ahead and prepare such a patch, so that release drivers can see exactly what our options are, how invasive the code changes look, etc.
It looks like if ClearType is disabled, this won't cache the state, but re-check every time UseAzureContentDrawing is called.
But if ClearType is enabled - even momentarily - it'll read the pref and cache that, and then it won't notice if CT is turned off again.
Does it matter if the result of UseAzureContentDrawing changes during the session - do we support on-the-fly changes?
On the fly change is supported from going -off- to -on- only, not the other way around.
In any case consider how hard it is to change the cleartype setting, and how few people do it, I don't think it's going to batter.
I also highly doubt a lot of people will be flipping the pref while running firefox, and if they do, well they can restart I'm sure.
I don't think it's worth putting a lot of effort into doing anything more complicated than this patch.
OK, I can live with that - just wanted to make sure we understand what is and isn't being supported here.
At least I can see colored shadow around the text.
Here's an example with azure off and on 7 years ago For FF17, couldn't the simple pref flip be taken care of by an Add-On Hotfix instead of a new release?
Perhaps, but we'd still be regressing a large group of users which don't actually switch off cleartype.
What kind of testing or other confidence building measures do we need to feel good about taking this into a release?
Risk to taking this patch and alternatives if risky : Pretty low risk - should only affect Windows users who have ClearType disabled, and only alters the font antialiasing mode.
Alternative workaround for affected users is to disable Azure content rendering, but this is hidden in about:config - most users will not find it - and may regress performance.
https://ugra.site/100/metalicheskoe-polotno-katter-48h28-mm.html, I pushed a Щипцы Bellissima BHS1 100 (10761A) build of mozilla-release + the last-resort patch, just to check that it didn't throw up surprises: 7 years ago Sorry for not being more specific.
For the ESR though, this will be their only patch for this issue since the follow up won't be uplifted to future ESR versions - do you forsee any problems with that?
I'm assuming this issue will not be a major one for ESR deployments, but please correct me if I could be wrong here.
I don't think so.
It means that Windows ESR users who have ClearType disabled will not benefit from possible performance improvements that Azure content offers, but I think that's acceptable.
ESR users are by definition not seeking to be on the bleeding edge of performance work anyway.
I'm guessing - with no evidence whatsoever to back it up!
That's based on the supposition that there could be some correlation between disabling ClearType and using ESR.
Both seem like possible characteristics of a general attitude or environment of "software conservatism".
So Крем-краска Matrix only when the issue hits the release channel that those more conservative users see it.
Anyway, as long as we get the simple patch into ESR so that CT-disabled users don't have subpixel-AA forced on them, I think we're fine.
Testing completed on m-c, etc.
Risk to taking this patch and alternatives if risky : Risk seems minimal - the patch just checks the Windows setting and uses it to override the azure-content pref, reverting to pre-FF17 behavior in this case.
Also I assume this is something we want to test on real hardware versus a VM?
So they turn it off system-wide in the Windows control panel.
The bug in the FF17 release is that the browser continues to use subpixel ClearType rendering even when the user has turned it off in Windows.
Depending on your screen and your eyes!
I used as the reference site when I was testing.
I was testing in a Win 7 Pro VM.
Flagging this for verification once we have 17.
I find it highly unlikely that on a Virtual Machine Direct2D is getting enabled!
Please check the graphics section of about:support.
Flagging this for verification once we have 17.
Please check the graphics section of about:support.
Right - sorry I didn't point out that aspect it.
That's the bug that you should see in 17.
It would appear, at least for me I can't reproduce this bug.
Have you manually toggled gfx.
Seems odd; I can definitely reproduce here with 17.
You don't happen to have gfx.
That would prevent seeing the bug.
Try using the Windows Magnifier to inspect the text in the URL bar, and check whether it's strictly grayscale-only when ClearType is disabled.
In reply to Bas Schouten :bas.
Flagging this for verification once we have 17.
Please check the graphics section of about:support.
Okay, I can see the difference now.
With cleartype on, 20.
With cleartype off, 17.
I think we can call this enough for release.
We'll do more testing when we have 17.
I will check Aurora and Beta now.
Same behavior on FF 17.
Same behavior on FF 17.
You will always get anti-aliased text.
What you need check for with the magnifier is whether the edge pixels of glyphs have pixels which are 'colored'.
Attached image — In reply to Bas Schouten :bas.
Same behavior on FF 17.
I can see 'colored' pixels at the edges, on both Firefox 17.
Same behavior on FF 17.
In FF17 these should -not- disappear.
That's what we're verifying here :.
Same behavior on FF 17.
Verified fixed on FF 17.
Because I don't understand one thing here.
How is that you guys have to use magnifier to see it?
For me it's like night and day.
You tell the difference between this FF16 and this FF17?
Or is it obvious on those screenshots, but for some reason it looks different on your end?
For me it's like night and day.
These do not look like the default fonts in most locales.
In this case without subpixel AA i.
In the standard font used in most places the difference is only between grayscale AA and subpixel AA.
Oh, that's probably because I changed fonts in Windows to Tahoma instead of Segoe UI.
Thank you for explanation.
I did not have any problems with 17.
ClearType is enabled in my control panel.
General UI font is Segoe UI, defaults for Windows 7 etc.
It still renders blurry fonts on Windows 7 with ClearType disabled.
The only workaround is to disable HW acceleration.
холодильник KitchenAid KCBWX 70600 that will turn the blurry fonts off FOREVER, as it was in 16.
Isn't that the expected outcome then?
You previously had no AA at all or greyscale AA?
The only wrong things here is Firefox 17.
Summary: in FF 17.
Here's what I think is going on, and why some people are reporting it's "fixed", and others "still bad".
But some people dislike the result.
Note that the ClearType Text Https://ugra.site/100/izmeritelniy-mikrofon-nady-cm-100.html may be able to improve things, if the default settings aren't good for your graphics system.
This configuration was broken in Azure in Firefox 17.
So the people reporting that things are now fixed are the people who have Font Smoothing enabled, but ClearType disabled.
These settings should give completely "un-smoothed" glyphs, with crisp edges but jagged curves everywhere.
However, this fails badly under Azure, and you actually get poorly subpixel-rendered text.
Looking at the screenshots, it seems to be WORSE than the default where A and B are both enabled.
So I believe the people who have turned off both A and B are the ones reporting that 17.
As far as I can tell, scenario 3 is fixed in Firefox 18 currently in Beta those experiencing this issue might like to try that version see - and please provide feedback, with details of your configuration, if you DO still see problems.
On the beta with azure enabled and both font smoothing options having been off it's working perfectly for me.
All CleareType and font smoothing options are disabled in windows.
But for very small fonts it looks worse that FF16 or earlier.
Attached — It still looks pretty ugly in FF18 with ClearType disabled and the azure setting set to false.

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