QUOTE(pandy @ Feb 24 2011, 01:11 PM)
Maybe your own settings. Do you have font-smoothing on, ClearType? Assuming you are on Windows here.
I don't find your fonts fuzzy, but I do have a big problem with some thin fonts, MS Sans Serif is one. It seems to have to do with flat screens, because those fonts looked really nice and crisp on my CRT and now I have the same problem on my netbook and my big screen. It's highly irritating because many older programs use MS Sans Serif for menus and such. I read an explanation once, I have forgotten the details, but it had to do with that TFTs aren't so good at hinting as CRTs, so very thin lines can become squiggly. On the other hand I've asked people who say they don't have a problem with for example MS Sans Serif...
Pandy you are a genious! That was it, just the use of Cleartype. Microsoft did something right... The difference is remarkable... And all these years I was without cleartype without realizing what function it served....I see why Microsoft has it turned on as default in new operating systems.
Now, when we are editing an image for a website, do we want cleartype on or off?