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Old Mar 13, 2012, 02:32 PM   #1
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AppleFontSmoothing - Impact Built-in Screen?

Hi Everyone -

I just got a Dell monitor and it is unusable without setting AppleFontSmoothing to 1 in Terminal. My question, however, is: does this change the Font Smoothing on the built in screen? So when I disconnect my Air, do I have to reset the AppleFontSmoothing back to original?
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