Anti-Aliasing

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Anti-aliasing defines how objects will be displayed within pixels. Text and objects should have anti-aliassing method set to "Smooth" (which is the default in Photoshop).

Objects with Anti-aliasing set to "none" may appear pixelated or rough when printed (even at high resolution).

Example of Anti-Aliasing (Zoomed in):

Alias_None.png

None

Alias_Smooth.png

Smooth

 

Anti-aliasing settings for text can be found in Photoshop in the expanded character palette, next to the "aa" icon.

Photoshop_AntiAlias.png

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