In my WPF application often used small size text (12-13 px). As a result I see a bad display of it (imho, for me). ClearType used (but does not help).
Example (from above is a desired result):
How you thinks, what must be helpful for me?
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The bottom image looks like it is using greyscale subpixel rendering. This is normal behavior in WPF for certain circumstances. The following randomly selected link summarizes better than I can:
This is not a bug actually, rather it's a known limitation, there are some of situations in which font antialiasing algorithm will fallback to grayscale, they are:
- Text content rendered into software render target using RenderTargetBitmap.
- Text content hosted inside layered windows (aka ContextMenus, ToolTips etc).
- Text content rasterized into VisualBrush.
- Text content rendered into a CompostionTarget whose Background property is set to Colors.Transparent to support areo glass frame extension.
Note: this is definitely a stack overflow question.