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Hey everyone. I have a question for you guys, and I hope you're able to help me. I've recently been trying out Safari 3.2.1 on my Windows 7 machine, and I've found that I prefer the font smoothing style of Safari to that of Firefox. However, I prefer the functionality and familiarity of Firefox, so, here is my question:

Is it possible to get the same font smoothing on Firefox?

I would try using GDI++, but I used that previously on Windows Vista, and found when it was disabled, my fonts were strangely messed up. So I want to stay away from that program ideally. So, can anyone help? I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit) and Firefox 3.6.3. Just as a comparison, here are two images from GiantBomb, a gaming site I frequent.

So, here are the two images from along the top of the GiantBomb website. I chose to use it not to advertise, but because it demonstrates my point very well.

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And I'm running a Firefox theme that looks like Safari 3, because I'd like to recreate the Safari feeling altogether, if you understand. Getting the font smoothing is the key for me though. So thank you for any help!
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