Did it happen that when you use an animation such as
fadeIn()/fadeOut() on a LCD screen, that has windows cleratype on (this happens automatically in windows vista+ but can be set on and off in windows XP), on IE (all versions), the text is not antialised anymore. This is due to the filter attribute IE browsers use to make the cleartype/stuff.
The solution is relatively simple, like putting a function callback on the
fade in()/fadeOut() such as:
It’s not a perfect solution, and it may be a bit laggy and you can still SEE THE TEXT BEING CLEARTYPED, but at least it wont stay without cleartype and look like shit. Also this is the only way to do it until jQuery incorporates it’s own fix to counter IE‘s behavior.