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    ASUS G550JK blurry screen

    I have a blurry screen. But not all of the screen. Locally. For example on Facebook all texts' are sharp, but on the right hand side ad's are blurry as you can see on the image. Can I change that situation ?
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    that is because You use Google Chrome. Try on IE

    I dont know why exactly it looks like this
    but probalby you see blurry font also on most dialog window, like in open / save file function

    I have the same and its normal
    perhaps its depends on used font / DPI / resolution / type of the screen - dont know

    Reffering to Chrome / IE - all browsers display pages in sligthly different way, for example +/- 1-2px dislocation, another size of the elements and fonts.

    also make sure that you didnt zoom in / out. Only 100% give the best view - CTRL + 0 to restore original scale

    Google Chrome has also implemented easy to use shadow text function, which many pages may use that. So perhaps its intended to look like this.

    To be honest, for me its strange that its annoying for You
    Last edited by xdon82; 08-28-2014 at 04:08 PM.

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    This is a bug in the new version of Chrome. Go to chrome://flags and disable DirectWrite, that might fix it in some places.

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    Generally, IMO, Google Chrome used to be better than IE, but nowadays IE is better

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    Actually it's not annoying for me. It's cool for me to use it like that. But I'm wondering why is that happenning. And why only local. And why only happenning on same pages. That's why I'm asking to you guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaitsu View Post
    This is a bug in the new version of Chrome. Go to chrome://flags and disable DirectWrite, that might fix it in some places.
    It's already disabled.

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    because web browsers are not the same and some programmers use special functions which are specific for each browser

    what do You mean by writing "only local" ?

    I'm progammer
    look at my webpage http://bergemsoft.com/
    check out how looks the font on IE and Chrome

    I used very easy to use shadow function in Chrome, that made font a little blurry in very fine way
    in IE I couldnt achieved exactly the same effect, so I left it as default

    and I used this function, because originally the same font in Chrome looked a little worse than in IE

    so now you see what is the story
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    Quote Originally Posted by xdon82 View Post
    because web browsers are not the same and some programmers use special functions which are specific for each browser

    what do You mean by writing "only local" ?

    I'm progammer
    look at my webpage http://bergemsoft.com/
    check out how looks the font on IE and Chrome

    I used very easy to use shadow function in Chrome, that made font a little blurry in very fine way
    in IE I couldnt achieved exactly the same effect, so I left it as default

    and I used this function, because originally the same font in Chrome looked a little worse than in IE

    so now you see what is the story


    I meant the right hand side is blurry but the middle is sharp.

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    Doesnt matter. You complety nothing know about html, css in web pages there are containers - DIVs which can have complety another fonts, etc etc... nevermind, too much to describe

    At the same time it can be a browser error

    But, generally everything is ok
    Last edited by xdon82; 08-29-2014 at 10:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arda.yilmaz.13 View Post
    I have a blurry screen. But not all of the screen. Locally. For example on Facebook all texts' are sharp, but on the right hand side ad's are blurry as you can see on the image. Can I change that situation ?
    arda.yilmaz, forget the blur, get rid of the Ad's!!

    Click on the Little Icons next to the Install for IE button, to get installation for many other browsers.

    https://adblockplus.org/en/internet-explorer

    Once you have it installed, pick blocking lists local to you, I use these lists:

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    Adblock Plus Facebook page
    https://www.facebook.com/adblockplus

    And, for right side ad's specifically in Gmail and others, Webmail Blocker

    Firefox
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...il-ad-blocker/

    Chrome
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...mpdbjakdggkkjp

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    The Webmail Ad Blocker site has tons of ad's that show up if you turn off adblock plus and webmail ad blocker

    I have been using these for years, and it is nice to have a clean non-cluttered page that isn't constantly scrolling and sliding and changing while I read my email or do research on web sites, give it a try - its fun

    And, as long as we are at it, here are a couple more fun extensions I use on Firefox for blocking things:

    Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon 0.9.2
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...on/?src=search

    BetterPrivacy 1.68 - don't forget to exclude / whitelist sites you *want* cookie info to remain active - like gaming sites.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...rivacy/?src=ss

    Element Hiding Helper for Adblock Plus 1.3
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...helper/?src=ss

    Flashblock 1.5.17 - turns annoying flash animations into little Play buttons - exclude sites you want flash from all the time.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...hblock/?src=ss

    Ghostery 5.3.2 - use the web page that comes up to select all sites and cookies to block - these are the tracking sites to avoid.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...ostery/?src=ss

    HTTPS Everywhere - lock out network sniffers from seeing your transactions
    https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere

    NoScript Security Suite 2.6.8.39 - takes a little effort to exclude the sites you go to at first - to unblock their stuff - but worth it to keep out malware.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...script/?src=ss

    Private Tab 0.1.7.3 - looks like Firefox > release 31 isn't working right now, but a fix is coming
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...n/private-tab/

    QuickJava 2.0.4 - click icons to enable / disable Java, Javascript, Cookies, Image Animations, Flash, Silverlight, Images, Stylesheets and Proxy by site/page.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...ckjava/?src=ss

    Redirect Cleaner 2.4.0 - lets you catch redirect's mid jump
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...er/?src=search

    Self-Destructing Cookies 0.4.4
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...ookies/?src=ss

    That's a good mix of stuff that I keep running in Firefox - reliably and without conflicts.

    Let us know what you use!
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