there isn’t this possibility in juce. i’ve asked that long time ago, and done a bit of research.
if you take some fonts which looks good only with a fixed size (silkscreen, proggytiny) you should give them the correct size (btw in juce could be a float and not an integer): if you find the correct one then there is no antialias at all, but not for other size.
for example proggytiny looks good at 12 (if you select that in a text editor font selector), but in juce it looks weird until you place a 10.0f size:
MemoryInputStream fontStream (Resource::proggytiny,Resource::proggytiny_size, false);
Typeface* typeFace = new Typeface (fontStream);
editorFont = new Font (*typeFace);
editorFont->setHeight (10.0f); // btw in notepad it looks good @ 12px
this has no antialias at all. i’ve tried with silkscreen, and i remember the correct size for no aa was something silly like 9.77f or something like that.
anyway have the possibility to turn off hinting in font rasterization could a good thing, but from what i remember, jules hasn’t the same idea on this…