I'd give up Image Deblurring for this.
over 1 year ago
I've been wanting this for years. I really really hope they implement it in the next version, but something tells me they won't.
I wish they'd split Photoshop in 2 different apps, one for photo editing and the other for designing UIs.
I've been crying for something like this for years. Come on Adobe.
Aww, that would be amazing.
I will kill for this.
Count my vote!
We might get webkit rendering through something like this...
@Jesse: that would be something, although I'd like Adobe to focus on a proper UI design app with some to even no photo related features.
by Paul Ungureanu
I'd also like to be able to stack layer styles...
LE: forgot about the remove button :P
over 1 year ago
by Jake Moore
I just want this.
@Jake: I'd settle for that as well.
maybe they could also integrate typekit fonts? ( http://blog.typekit.com/2011/10/03/adobe-acquires-typekit/ )
^ That's a separate feature, I'm referring to the font screen rendering method...
Regarding Typekit integration, that would also be a killer feature.
A hundred million times: YES.
I think this could be possible with the Typekit acquirement, I mean the fact is Typekit shows what a font looks like in a different browser as well as the machine. If there was a way to have something like a Typekit integration with a font and shows what it looks like per machine, that would be cool.
Maybe just me, but do you really need this?
Font rendering is detail, which is best chosen in production and therefore, designing/prototyping in the browser is best way to go. So adding something like this in PS feels like a step back in workflow to me.
Depends what the UI you're designing is for (website, app) and how you work. For (at least) small fonts, having this feature built in is helpful in that you know upfront if there are going to be any aliasing issues.
Some people have worked around Photoshop's inability to render crisp text by using an action to stack multiple layers - http://thomasmaier.me/blog/2010/03/17/yes-add-subpixel-hinting-to-your-photoshop-text-layers/
Someone should sent this to Adobe!
"Photoshop in 2 different apps, one for photo editing and the other for designing UIs" — Afaik it's already like that. It's called Fireworks.
... or Pixelmator 2 I hope :) http://www.loopinsight.com/2011/10/26/pixelmator-2-0-coming-tomorrow-here-are-a-few-screenshots/
I totally want this. Totally.
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