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I have found a topic which presents a solution on how to get antialising working in Google Chrome - Windows, but they use .svg format. I have a .ttf format and I import all of my fonts like this at the moment:

@font-face {font-family: "t1"; src: url(../fonts/title/circle.ttf);}
@font-face {font-family: "t2"; src: url(../fonts/title/sanserifing.ttf);}
@font-face {font-family: "t3"; src: url(../fonts/title/serveroff.ttf);}
@font-face {font-family: "t4"; src: url(../fonts/title/pupcat.ttf);}

How can I achieve antialising done right in Google Chrome Windows?

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Generally it's a very bad idea just to provide TTF fonts since some systems and browsers use certain types. For maximum compatibility you should be using .ttf, .otf, .eot, .woff and .svg files.

A solution to this is to convert the TTF fonts to all the other formats, lucky enough this is a simple task and just a matter of visiting a website and converting the fonts. It's worth noting that some fonts have commercial licensing that does not allow you to use them on websites - ensure you check this to avoid any licensing issues.

To convert your TTF fonts visit Font 2 Web

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But how can i ichieve antialiasing? – 71GA Jan 29 '13 at 21:36
convert your fonts and use url(‘webfont.svg#svgFontName’) format(‘svg’)or enable clear font type in windows. – Simon Hayter Feb 28 '13 at 23:45
+1 for good answer. why the downvote? – uberconversion May 8 '13 at 12:35

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