Pro Tip: Lose Decimal points in type

10 Responses

  1. Tom Gurka Tom Gurka

    In my experience this is quite common, but can easily be adjusted. Transform (Control+T)(Command+T) and just remove the numbers before the decimal. Fixed & Crispy! (edit: to be clear, this is in photoshop)

    about 2 years ago

  2. Daors Reka Daors Reka

    spiffy! good job


    about 2 years ago

  3. Court Kizer Court Kizer

    You should disable this completely in your settings. This shouldn't be on if your doing UI design.

    about 2 years ago

  4. Mac Tyler Mac Tyler

    @Court Is there a setting for that?

    about 2 years ago

  5. Tom Gurka Tom Gurka

    @Court Kizer Very curious myself, what setting?

    about 2 years ago

  6. Eric 'WizKid' Odom Eric 'WizKid' Odom

    Very curious as well! Anyone discovered this in the settings?

    about 2 years ago

  7. Ralph Manning Ralph Manning

    @Court I am also curious of this setting! :)

    about 2 years ago

  8. Tom Gurka Tom Gurka

    @Mac Tyler @Eric 'WizKid' Odom @Ralph Manning

    (slightly unrelated to the decimal issue, but useful)

    After doing some research on the subject, I've found that the core problem is that photoshop does not understand "Subpixel-Rendering". Currently there is no setting to correct this, but there are a few workarounds.

    My shot helps adjust stray pixels, but doesnt address the subpixel problem.

    @Thomas Maier created a downloadable action that simulates subpixel rendering. It's great for comps and demos, but should not be delivered to a developer in this manner.

    about 2 years ago

  9. Eric 'WizKid' Odom Eric 'WizKid' Odom

    @Tom Gurka

    Thanks for doing the leg work on solving the issue. Hopefully the subpixel issue is addressed in CS6, but I have a feeling it wont. Thanks for sharing the action!

    about 2 years ago

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    about 2 years ago

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