CrossOver Linux uses anti-aliasing for TrueType fonts by default. Anti-aliasing generally provides higher quality font display, however some users may prefer not to use it.
If you do not wish to use anti-aliased fonts, you can disable support for them in the registry. To edit the registry for the current bottle, run the following command: $ ~/cxoffice/bin/regedit --bottle "(bottlename)"
and then navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\X11 Driver (you may need to right-click the Wine directory and create a new key) set the value of these keys (create a new String key if needed):
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