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sysninja

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  1. Exactly, that helps for me: Log-out/log-in after doing that.
  2. Sorry for double post. I've created sort of a workaround for Alfred. Quit Alfred, go to the Terminal and type: defaults write -app Alfred\ 4 CGFontRenderingFontSmoothingDisabled -bool YES Start Alfred again and it will look as good as it always looked. I have my CGFontRenderingFontSmoothingDisabled to NO globally in the system as Mojave doesn't render fonts correctly on non-Retina monitors.
  3. @Jasondm007 @Andrew Alfred looks better when turning off font smoothing in macOS preferences, but then everything else looks a lot worse.
  4. Hey @Andrew thanks for the fast reply. I've tried all the themes and a couple of fonts and it's the same. I actually stayed on the last version of 3.7.x because I had no problems on it. Thanks for this, Apple really screwed the font rendering in Mojave.
  5. Hi, As you can see in the screenshot, I'm having the problem with font rendering on Mojave starting with Alfred 3.8 version. Everything was ok until Alfred 3.8. I just updated to Alfred 4 and bought my powerpack upgrade thinking that this would be fixed, but I was wrong. Can you please take a look at this? I can't be going back to 3.7 now. If it means anything, it displays almost normal on Macbook display, but on my 34" 3440x1440 it's awful. Thanks!
  6. I have the same problem as well. Logging out doesn't help. I'm using Macbook Pro 15" 2018, Dell U3417W screen (3440x1440 resolution). Latest Alfred version. Reverted to 3.7 and the problem is gonoe.
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