Thank you for the document. The font I'm using is a TTF so maybe this
explains some of the differences in the size of the rendering.
But I don't know how that would explain the odd color effects I'm seeing.
The small images are hard to evaluate without zooming in, so here is a
graphic with both images blown up for easier inspection:
(this is a screen capture of a blowup, so there is no alpha channel in this
Again, the lower image should have nothing but shades of gray.
On 9/8/05 8:16 PM, "Bira Neto" wrote:
> I would guess it has to do of the fonts not using native rasterizers and
> the TTF hint reading(as read in the article). About your 1.4 sample
> image... it's pretty hard to see blue and green in the image. It looks
> good either.
> Michael Slade wrote:
>> I had an application running under JDK 1.3 that created antialiased text in
>> a buffer of TYPE_INT_ARGB that was then stored in a png file with an alpha
>> channel - worked great. Here is a fragment of an image that illustrates the
>> (notice white text with black drop shadow, grey antialiase pixels and alpha
>> but under JDK 1.4.2, the font got wider and taller (by about 1 pixel) and
>> some of the antialiased pixels are now brown or blue instead of gray. Here
>> is a fragment of the image that demonstrates the problem:
>> Here is a code fragment that prints the shadow or the foreground
>> ** This method adds a line of left-justified text to the current
>> ** graphic.
>> public static void addLeftJustifiedText(String s, Graphics2D g2d, float
>> xPos, float yPos)
>> // get the font render context and calculate the position
>> FontRenderContext fntCntxt = g2d.getFontRenderContext();
>> Rectangle2D bounds = g2d.getFont().getStringBounds(s, fntCntxt);
>> g2d.drawString(s, xPos, yPos);
>> I'm scratching my head trying to figure it out. I looked at the archive for
>> this list and didn't see anything. I set every hint I could find. I'm
>> guessing something basic and obvious changed that I'm missing in the
>> Any suggestions?
>> Thank you,
>> Michael Slade
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could you post simplified testcase to reproduce this problem?
have you tried to reproduce it with jdk5.0 and latest mustang builds?
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