@MarcusSterz Can you comment when you have time? TTF looks better now and I guess the question is, can the rest be improved?
I know there are inherent limitations in font rendering so the problem often is that you cannot make each size perfect especially on lower resolutions. Based on that it's possible we won't be able to make it perfect on each but let's see what Marcus has to say.
Will employ ‘natural’ rather than ‘quantized’ gridfitting, which will deliver a smoother scaling across sizes at the cost of a bit more antialiasing (i.e., a bit more fuzziness). This should be a slight improvement.
However it is not mathematically possible to always gridfit three equally distant stems at equal pixel distances in all pixel sizes, and line them up with the rest of the font at the same time. There will have to be some compromise in some pixel sizes.
After testing the latest ttf version on windows, this is still the same
14px (!= is the only issue unless it should be small like this):
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