Created attachment 390725 [details] rotate.html http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2009Jul/0135.html In Firefox trunk on WinXP (Safari also), the text content rendered using -moz-transform looks ugly than same content screen captured as PNG then rotated using CSS transform. Which in turn still not good as rotated text in MS-Visio or other similar tools. I also tried it with text-rendering: geometricPrecision ; text-rendering: optimizeLegibility ; image-rendering: optimizeQuality; image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; still no improvement. So we need a mechanism to improve quality of text content rotated using CSS transform. May be a new -moz CSS property and/or value.
Created attachment 390736 [details] RotateWin.png This issue and Bug 506549 (Jiggling on mouse selection) is only a major problem in windows. On Linux it looks fine.
Created attachment 390738 [details] RotateWin.png clear one https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS/-moz-transform
Created attachment 440815 [details] Screenshot when D3D is enabled When enable D3D the result is much better but still not sharp. To enable D3D (on Windows Vista/7) set prefs: gfx.font_rendering.directwrite.enabled = true mozilla.widget.render-mode = 6