Safari fonts?

edited May 2008 in userstyles.org
It's possible make a script with fonts style of Safari? or even close?



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  • copy the Lucida Grande fonts from your Safari&#0092Safari.resources folder to Windows&#0092Fonts then make a new style
    @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:Lucida Grande!important}
  • edited May 2008
    one more thing please:

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  • Posted By: ChoGGicopy the Lucida Grande fonts from your Safari\Safari.resources folder to Windows\Fonts then make a new style
    @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:Lucida Grande!important}

    the font of the 2 browsers together seems the same =/
  • seems to be working here
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    maybe @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:"Lucida Grande"!important} or @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:"Lucida Grande Bold"!important}
    @crash foobar2000 (snappy with large files)
  • Posted By: ChoGGiseems to be working here
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    maybe@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:"Lucida Grande"!important} or @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:"Lucida Grande Bold"!important}
    @crash foobar2000 (snappy withlargefiles)
    i know it worked...

    but didnt became equal =/
  • there is any way to make stylish work with css 3?


    just saw this command on css3


    font-smooth Syntax:

    font-smooth: auto | never | always | | length | initial | inherit

    * auto - smooth text according to system defaults
    * never - never smooth the fonts
    * always - always smooth the fonts
    * and length - If the value of the font size is the same or larger than this size measure, then smooth the font when rendering it.
  • stylish supports what firefox supports (far as i know)
    are you trying to disable smoothing? (it should be on if you have it turned on)
    i know it worked...
    but didnt became equal =/
    did what i could but i can't make it blurry@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:"Lucida Grande"!important;font-size:14.5px!important;font-weight:lighter!important;line-height:1.2em!important}
    also see here
    "Users who rely on tools like Microsoft's ClearType Tuner to customize Windows font anti-aliasing specifically for their displays will probably be most frustrated by the use of a nonstandard antialiasing mechanism in the Windows port of Safari 3."
  • Posted By: ChoGGistylish supports what firefox supports (far as i know)
    are you trying to disable smoothing? (it should be on if you have it turned on)
    i know it worked...
    but didnt became equal =/
    did what i could but i can't make it blurry@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); *{font-family:"Lucida Grande"!important;font-size:14.5px!important;font-weight:lighter!important;line-height:1.2em!important}
    also seehere
    "Users who rely on tools like Microsoft's ClearType Tuner to customize Windows font anti-aliasing specifically for their displays will probably be most frustrated by the use of a nonstandard antialiasing mechanism in the Windows port of Safari 3."
    its the blurry that i want =(
  • edited May 2008
    @crash
    FF is better as it used to be, but I wouldn't call it a dream browser yet.
    It has the best rendering (and that's why we write styles for it), but Safari is more advanced in CSS support, and Opera is much better written. On an old Unix box with few RAM, Opera in a Linux Emulator is still faster than a native FF.
    Speaking of Open Source media players, you forgot to mention the excellent MPlayer.

    @ShAdY
    CSS3 has very nice new font properties, like font-effect (engrave, emboss) and font-smooth. They're not supported in FF 2.x. Don't know about FF 3 and Safari. Safari is usually the closest to CSS standard.
    The problem with CSS is that - since it is an "over documented" standard - you can hear about features years before they get implemented.
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