* When a scale is applied to a Text node, glyphs are produced in
device space and the drawing to the graphics should not apply
the transform. However it appears this does happen somewhere
in the LCD shader code path. It does not happen in the greyscale
* the "x,y" parameters in BaseShaderGraphics.drawString()
are mapped to device space in the function, but the LCD code
path then uses them as if they are in user space.
This appears likely to be the cause of incorrectly placed
text when there's a scaling transform
* The usage of FontStrike.getStringBounds() in the shader code
path appears to be part of the calculation as to what area
of the destination to sample. Because these bounds
are in the font's coordinate system (user space) it needs to
account for the graphics transform. The calculation also
mixes the device x,y (see above) with these user space values.
Its not clear what role this has in the additional application of
the transform to the glyphs.