Some web fonts do not render with anti-aliasing.

The following symptoms may occur especially in the Windows browsers which do not show optimum display quality.

• Blurred and collapsed characters
• Uneven size and weight
• Jagged display like anti-aliasing is not applied

This page is the example.
The font in use for the body: UD Shin Go NT Light JIS2004 14px

▼ Browser and OS:IE11 on Windows7
IE11_600.png

▼Browser and OS:Safari11 on Mac10.13
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The quality of web font displaying depends on the fonts, the size of the fonts and the ability of rendering in browsers. TypeSquare cannot handle the ability of rendering in browsers.

Solutions:
We recommend you use a bolder weight for the font, a bigger size for the font or another font as far as the balance of your website permits as a solution.

You can simulate our web fonts on your devices and browsers from the following tryout:
https://typesquare.com/en/about_tryout

▼ Browser and OS:IE11 on Windows7
The font in use for the body: UD Shin Go NT Regular JIS2004 14px
UD___NTR__600.png

▼ Browser and OS:IE11 on Windows7
The font in use for the body: UD Shin Go NT Light JIS2004 18px
UD___NTL__________600.png

In case of using Firefox, this issue may be improved by turning on the setting “Use hardware acceleration when available”. To check the setting, go to Firefox menu button > Options > General panel > Performance section and uncheck the box next to Use recommended performance settings.