Revision 138620 Revision 138621 t 8 Supposedly this should work for HTML content, but even the t 8 Supposedly this should work for HTML content, but even the > live examples don't show any difference between the rendering typ > live examples don't show any difference between the rendering typ > es. > es. You can test it yourself if you screen cap the live example a > nd paste it into an image editing program. Line up identical glyp > hs and use XOR blending on the top layer. The result will be a pu > re black image (ie, there is no difference between text rendered > for speed, legibility or precision). 9 </p> 10 <p> 11 The only thing I have noticed is that sometimes rendering f > or 'speed' will increase the spacing between certain pairs glyphs > . 12 </p> 13 <p> 14 Does anyone know how this is supposed to work?