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  01 January 2003
Question smoothing text?


when ever i make text it all was looks realy jagady and ugly i pick smooth form the top of the window and it looks a bit better but still bad any way i can fix it easy ?


  01 January 2003
So you have turned on antialiasing? probably the same as smoothing in this case.

It really depends where you are using the text. For a picture that will be displayed on screen? or for print? If you are doing it for print then you should increase your resolution for a sharper image when printing and you wont get any aliasing problems.
  01 January 2003
hi there,

what platform are u using photoshop on?? mac or pc?? maybe (on mac) your screenfonts are missing in your systemfolder and photoshop then only displays this trashy text. please post your platform...


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  01 January 2003
i use a pc runing win 2000 prof

but i think i fixed it now what happend is i think some how the layer got bigger so it showed the jagedy edge of the text

thx for you help any way

  01 January 2003
are u creating and resizing the text as a regular image layer or as a text layer? If the text has already been rasterized, it'll come out like trash when u expand it... but if it still is in its original text vector format, it'll come out clean.
  01 January 2006
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