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#1 DaveH

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Posted 26 November 2009 - 11:25 PM

Since the anti-aliased text options in Fireworks don't always make the text look like it really does in a browser, I created a custom style that simulates sub-pixel rendering (such as Windows ClearType) for plain text objects.

You can read about using the style and download it from here.

Here's a sample of how it looks in use:

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#2 AliceTwists

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Posted 31 March 2010 - 09:55 AM

Since the anti-aliased text options in Fireworks don't always make the text look like it really does in a browser, I created a custom style that simulates sub-pixel rendering (such as Windows ClearType) for plain text objects.

You can read about using the style and download it from here.

Here's a sample of how it looks in use:



Thanks for the sample! It really came in handy!


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#3 Shirley Sandra

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Posted 09 August 2011 - 06:59 PM

Since the anti-aliased text options in Fireworks don't always make the text look like it really does in a browser, I created a custom style that simulates sub-pixel rendering (such as Windows ClearType) for plain text objects.

You can read about using the style and download it from here.

Here's a sample of how it looks in use:


Such a very amazing link!