Upscaling a screenshot with subpixel antialiased text produces unpleasant color fringes, e.g. why does black text have orange and blue pixels This is especially annoying when trying to show an application on a projector, when you have to zoom in with a tool like the Windows Magnifier to show details to the audience.
There are some solutions available to exploit the subpixel geometry of a display when downscaling an image, e.g. https://computergraphics.stackexchange.com/a/1431/12022. Are there any solutions for the opposite, i.e. taking an image with subpixel rendering and producing an upscaled image without color artifacts? I imagine this task is much more difficult in the presence of both subpixel (text) and non-subpixel (the rest of the screenshot) content in the same image, though.