Today I Learned: Vertical Monitors and Subpixel Anti-Aliasing
Something I learned today from a coworker: if you turn your monitor sideways, subpixel anti-aliasing gets completely broken. This isn't as much of an issue on today's high-dpi displays, but for anything lower than a 4k screen, the effect can be noticeable.
Just a little interesting thing I learned today. Thanks to my good, knowledgeable friend and coworker Jonner Steck!
Also, while we're on the topic of font rendering, I've updated Iosevka Output to more closely match Input Mono: the cross-bar on the
f now lines up nicely with the x-height. However, I kept the hook on the
f open; I think it's more legible than Input in that regard. I've finally switched over from preferring Input and seeing Iosevka as weird, to now seeing my custom font as the familiar, good-looking one and the Input, though still very good-looking, is a little less familiar.