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Why do webfonts render differently in different browsers?

Each browser has its own internal screen/text rasteriser that interprets and displays text and letter-shapes on-screen. These rasterisers make decisions about where to place a letter shapes pixels at different sizes in order to display the type as clearly as possible. The browser rasteriser is influenced by the operating system that it is run on, so a typeface and the way that it is rendered on-screen can differ between both browser software and the operating system.

Fontsmith typefaces are optimised to achieve the best possible rendering across all browsers and environment platforms.

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