just dont stretch or otherwise distort it?
----- Original Message -----
From: "my inner geek" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, November 10, 2001 11:19 PM
Subject: Re: Question: Photoshop Text for Web
: "Natasha Vita-More" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
: > Does anyone know how the trick to getting non-blurred fonts when using
: > Photoshop text for Web design?
: Hi Natasha. Surely you have been using Photoshop much longer than I,
: are familiar with basic features such as anti-aliasing. But I recently
: consumed a triple cappuccino, and so am compelled to offer a link just
: because your question was so basic and non-threatening. :)
: What bugs me is how the masthead is displayed in the upper left of
: http://nanodot.org .
: The image itself is 240x87, but in the nanodot page source, they specify
: 300x74, which leaves the fonts looking blurry and squashed.
: For months I've been quietly watching this, waiting to see if anyone
: to report it. Obviously, it's not relevant to the content of the site,
: keeping the site up has been the priority.
: But for a bunch of brilliant perfectionists! It doesn't make sense. It
: be a test of some sort. I keep hearing the words of the nanotech
: soothsayers and sages, "mistakes can fatal."
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