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    Hi all, well impressed with ExtJS and it looks great. Firefox is the business for debugging etc but for some reason the screens always look a bit 'shabby' in Firefox!? IE / Opera / Chrome all seem fairly consistent in their sharp look and feel but firefox doesn't have the same look... its almost as if some kind of compression is being applied, lines are not consisent thickness and the fonts look a bit rough. I'm getting this on a couple of machines so I dont think if applied a random browser setting or anything...

    thanks in advance everyone!

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    Firefox doesn't have build-in ClearType support, so if you want ClearType fonts you will need to enable it in Windows.

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