Render Latin1 text at LCD subpixel quality to a new ARGB surface.
SDL_Surface * TTF_RenderText_LCD(TTF_Font *font,const char *text, SDL_Color fg, SDL_Color bg);
|font||the font to render with.|
|text||text to render, in Latin1 encoding.|
|fg||the foreground color for the text.|
|bg||the background color for the text.|
Returns a new 32-bit, ARGB surface, or NULL if there was an error.
This function will allocate a new 32-bit, ARGB surface, and render alpha-blended text using FreeType's LCD subpixel rendering. This function returns the new surface, or NULL if there was an error.
This will not word-wrap the string; you'll get a surface with a single line of text, as long as the string requires. You can use TTF_RenderText_LCD_Wrapped() instead if you need to wrap the output to multiple lines.
This will not wrap on newline characters.
You almost certainly want TTF_RenderUTF8_LCD() unless you're sure you have a 1-byte Latin1 encoding. US ASCII characters will work with either function, but most other Unicode characters packed into a
const char * will need UTF-8.
You can render at other quality levels with TTF_RenderText_Solid, TTF_RenderText_Shaded, and TTF_RenderText_Blended.
This function is available since SDL_ttf 2.20.0.