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Does anybody take font testing on Linux or Solaris seriously? I mean apart from maybe Ascender... The thing is my PB died; may it be resurected soon! knock knock... And I got an Intel MBPro which I can install Ubuntu & windows etc on. The impression I have is that Font rendering in Linux is like video driverds and printer drivers - a matter of which bit of thing you have installed. Meaning it might be almost as good as windows anti-aliasing & b&w in some cases but in general it's utterly unpredictable and on top of that it's a nearly non-existent market too. Is that right? Wrong? What do you think? Why? What about Solaris? Another non-market for indie font makers - right?
And as a side issue. What Windows OS ( via parallels) would you put on this PB replacement? 98. Right? Maybe Vista too?
All of this seems obvious, but then again...