Version: 2.1.3 || Release Date: 2006-10-22 || License: Shareware (US $10.00) Developer: Unsanity | App Owner: solsonic

Silk enables the Quartz text rendering and smoothing introduced in Mac OS X 10.1.5 in all Carbon applications. This means antialiased text in Netscape, Mozilla, and many others. Why wait for developers to update their Carbon applications when you can get the silky smooth text everywhere, right now? Moreover, it can substitute one font with another in your applications, change the theme font (the font used to display menus, window titles, and other interface elements).

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I don't know about you, but Firefox has always had AA'd text as far as I've seen. As do ALL the other programs on my computer.
Substituting font could be useful, but if I remember from trying out earlier versions, they don't always work right (words/letters will be clipped off if the font is bigger, and won't always respond correctly if they're smaller).