If you use Illustrator for UI design, you simply have to read this article. http://jamesbryant.com.au/round-circles-in-illustrator/
Hopefully I can shame Adobe into fixing this problem because it's ridiculous they still haven't fixed it. I'm surprised I haven't seen this solution elsewhere on the web.
6 months ago
@James Bryant great article. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks @Nick Sickelton, my first article :)
Does this circle have integers for its (x,y) origin? Put another way, move this circle .25px to the right and see what happens.
The circle still uses integers for it's origin, the offset effect is dynamically applied after the fact. For example, you'll still get perfectly rounded numbers h:12px w:12px x:100px y:100px
Keep 'scale strokes and effects off' and you should never have to think about it once you apply it.
which is better?
@Ray not sure I understand?
@Jonathan Hoefler did that answer your question? Or are you seeing something I'm not...
Interesting… Maybe not surprisingly, Sketch isn’t plagued by this phenomenon.
@Henning von Vogelsang I checked Sketch and it's practically identical to Photoshop, big relief! I'm really liking what I'm seeing with Sketch. BC have still got some kinks to iron out but they are very responsive in the support forum and are releasing improvements like crazy. I wonder how seriously Adobe is taking them as a competitor.
Worst case scenario - Adobe acquires Bohemian Coding
@James Bryant , featured on Smashing Magazine :D
@Angel Bartolli wow, thanks for the heads up :)
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