CSS to make a web page in Chrome match the text rendering of Atom?


I’m using Stylebot (a Chrome extension that allows you to apply custom CSS to any website) to skin my Cloud9 IDE to look like my Atom theme. It’s 99.99% there, but the one thing that’s just a little off is that Atom is using sub-pixel anti-aliasing for text, while C9 is not. I’ve tried adding * { -webkit-font-smoothing: subpixel-antialiased !important; } but it’s had no effect. Is there something I’m missing? It’s driving me nuts because the text isn’t as sharp and the font colors aren’t as vibrant. I figure since Atom is basically running on Chrome there’s gotta be a way, but I can’t figure it out.