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I am a web developer and use Google Fonts intensively for creating web pages.

Just wondering why Chrome or Chromium browsers render Google Fonts from poorly/pixeladed in Ubuntu? Firefox and Opera works fine. I had this problem since Ubuntu 10.04, now upgraded to 11.10 running Gnome 3 (same with other desktop environments).

I see that Chrome doesn't have this problem Windows XP or Vista.

Here is the snapshot showing the problem. The font is Google Font called Alex Brush.

Thank you.

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closed as too localized by Eric Carvalho, Uri Herrera, Seth, Basharat Sialvi, Kevin Bowen May 26 '13 at 5:21

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It actually works on my system. I know this doesn't help you (I don't know how to fix it) but it's something about your particular installation and not Lucid in general. –  gecko May 22 '12 at 18:35
have you tried editing ~/.fonts.conf , to make an exception for Alex Brush ? –  daithib8 May 31 '12 at 14:51
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