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Have just upgraded to Mojave, and I use an external monitor alongside my Retina MacBook Pro (early 2015). However, the fonts look terrible on Spotify when using my non-Retina display.
There's been plenty of chat online about Apple disabling subpixel antialiasing in Mojave (with a few semi-fixes), but none of the text on any other apps (e.g. Chrome) looks as bad as it does on Spotify. On this page, for example, text looks absolutely fine.
Is there a Spotify-side fix that might be possible?
Thanks very much.
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