Any CSS / webfont / iOS experts out there to help explain this type rendering issue?
Specific to iPad in landscape orientation, I’m getting nasty raster edges on Alternate Gothic No. 1 (being served from Typekit).
Wonder if this could be a pixel rounding issue? Something to do with my responsive CSS layout positioning elements by percentage — not pixels — and ending type beginning on half pixels or something?
Any ideas or direction to existing conversations on similar issues appreciated.
(You can find the site in development at http://prtn.rs/site in case you want to look at the code or try to recreate the problem).
about 2 years ago
(Also asked on Quora: http://qr.ae/7U1y3 )
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