that's not what I mean guys. I am aware of the differences between PC and Mac in terms of font rendering. Bolder, thiner, pixelated, aliased, whatever.
Except here I'm getting something I wasn't expecting to happen and it sure doesn't happen with any of the other fonts I've used : the letters are not aligned properly on PC.
Here is another example :
Can you see how the E and A are not aligned with the other letters?
Maybe it's not obvious on this crop, but believe me, on the web page it looks crap. I wanted to use this font for headings and in the header as well for nice big bold text, but instead of looking classy it looks totally messed up!
I can deal with aliasing, with bolding or thining, but when it comes to letter alignment, I don't know what to do.
I don't think this happens with commonly used fonts, otherwise big chunch of texts would be unreadable on PC and that would be a known issue.
I'm still wondering if it has to do with my version of Windows which is pretty old.
Do you guys know of any websites that use OFL Sorts Mill Goody ?