Which operating system are you using?
Windows Server 2012R2
Did you use binary PhantomJS or did you compile it from source?
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Font rendering isn't working properly. It shows different results on browsers and phantomjs. We tried turning off ClearType and it was still different. Ideally we would like to produce the same results as chrome. Is it possible to configure the font antialiasing mechanism that phantomjs is using?
Chrome uses DirectWrite on Windows (since 52 it's the only option, previously GDI could also be used). Qt can use it as one of font engines, if it is not disabled when Qt is compiled. If Qt actually uses DirectWrite and results are still different, it should be possible to eleminate difference by adjusting DirectWrite settings (change in Qt API wuld be required in worst case).
So it's probably feasible, but requires some groundwork
However, if you are looking for pixel perfect equality in generic case, it's not possible. There always will be subtle-almost-invisible differences in canvas rendering, gradients and shadows (or not so subtle in case of bugs :)
After some testing, I found out that on fonts of 14px and above, fonts are rendering almost perfectly, and below 13 the difference is too great.
Is there a way to know when the next update will come out? Hopefully this will be fixed by then.
Due to our very limited maintenance capacity, we need to prioritize our development focus on other tasks. Therefore, this issue will be automatically closed (see #15395 for more details). In the future, if we see the need to attend to this issue again, then it will be reopened. Thank you for your contribution!