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Post-crash, text in Firefox and some external aplications appears blurry

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After a power cut and subsequent hard system shut-down while running Firefox 35.01, the font of certain websites shown in the browser now appear blurry/pixelated. Oddly, this is also the case in some other Windows programs, such as RStudio, which use HTML to display content. This problem does not occur in Internet explorer.

Operating system: Windows Vista

Troubleshooting tried so far, to no avail: - Firefox in safe mode - Reset Firefox - Checked Windows ClearType font - Default font settings Firefox

Please see images for more details on the problem

After a power cut and subsequent hard system shut-down while running Firefox 35.01, the font of certain websites shown in the browser now appear blurry/pixelated. Oddly, this is also the case in some other Windows programs, such as RStudio, which use HTML to display content. This problem does not occur in Internet explorer. Operating system: Windows Vista Troubleshooting tried so far, to no avail: - Firefox in safe mode - Reset Firefox - Checked Windows ClearType font - Default font settings Firefox Please see images for more details on the problem
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Изменено arss3bandit

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Attached is a better quality image of the issue.

Thanks

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hi, this is probably caused by microsoft update kb3013455 which can cause font rendering issues on vista:

After you install security update 3013455, you may notice some text quality degradation in certain scenarios. The problem only occurs on systems that are running Windows Vista SP2 or Windows Server 2003 SP2. Microsoft is researching this problem and will post more information in this article when the information becomes available.

https://support.microsoft.com/kb/3013455

one option may be to roll-back this particular update for now until there is a fix by microsoft or you could also look if there is a graphics driver update available on the website of the vendor (intel/amd/nvidia) which might also resolve this problem in some cases.

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Thanks very much. I had a suspicion it was not only Firefox. I'll wait a while until Microsoft has a fix. If not I'll roll it back. Latest graphics driver update for my system is from two years ago, so I doubt that will fix it.

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it is worth a try!