Subject: Re: NSObliquenessAttributeName, labelFontOfSize,
On Mar 25, 2009, at 2:34 AM, Andrew Farmer wrote:
On 24 Mar 09, at 05:20, Eric Gorr wrote:
Well, actually, considering that using NSObliquenessAttributeName
caused the text to look blury, I switched to userFontOfSize which
provides a font with a clean italic version.
If anyone has a better solution, I would be interested.
I filed bug report rdar://6715356 requesting that labelFontOfSize
return a font with a clean italic and bold-italic variant and
suggest others do the same if they want this as well.
To clarify a bit, the issue here is simply that the system font
(Lucida Grande) doesn't have an italic variant, whereas the user
font (Helvetica) does.
Yes. Well, that labelFontOfSize does not return a font with an italic
variant. I assume it is possible that systemFontOfSize may return a
different font then labelFontOfSize in the future.
I wanted to draw a label in italic and, while I could get close by
using NSObliquenessAttributeName, NSObliquenessAttributeName made the
text look blury.
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