You have to log out and back in to have the setting take effect.Me either. No difference yet
Have done so. No difference noticed on my MacBook Pro Mid 2014 retinaYou have to log out and back in to have the setting take effect.
My take on this is the other way around - I think it's fine on the retina display and really needs to be turned off for the MBA TN displays. YMMV!
I don't see any difference either way. Of course, my old eyes don't see any difference between retina and non-retina, either.Disable LCD font smoothing in preferences/general
everything looks MUCH better #
I agree...mostly so on the menu bar the font smoothing is much better with my iMac retina...no question...maybe it is better on a laptop. I have no way to know seeing as I have no MacBook retina to gauge it against. The beauty here is the font smoothing selection is optional as per the user. Win win!I tried it off, but I hated it. I need the bolder fonts to see them clearly with my old eyes.