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2015-06-02 11:12:39 -0600 commented answer How to fix font rendering of Monaco?

That did indeed fix it! I went with the second option. Thank you very much.

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2015-06-01 05:33:12 -0600 commented question How to fix font rendering of Monaco?

As I said, it's extremely similar (also 14px): http://i.imgur.com/Z3qvmJZ.png

2015-05-31 09:51:49 -0600 asked a question How to fix font rendering of Monaco?

I have severe problems with the rendering of the Monaco font family under Fedora 21. I've already followed the steps here to change the general font rendering to look more pleasing (in my taste), but for the Monaco font, I still get awful results (examples from Google Chrome, but also looks very similar in Firefox)

It only happens for a few font sizes, the worst being 14px:

Monaco at font-size:14px in Google Chrome; looks similar in Firefox

15px in comparison:

Monaco at font-size:15px

Changing the hinting/antialias rendering in gnome-tweak-tool doesn't change the appearance at all, not even after fc-cache -fv and a full restart of Chrome.

Is there any way to fix this?