That’s a tough one as to my knowledge even CS6 does not support subpixel rendering, and to be fair I would love to know the difference that other PSD authors use.
Personally I use Crisp quite a lot but can see why you chose smooth.
Its a bit cheeky but save a spare version and check this out. It is a downloadable action and it effectively creates 3 multiple layers for the text each using different colour blend – in essence sub pixeling!
This is a useful post otherwise.
Not sure what else to suggest.
Thank you very much for your advice. I will try right away
No worries – our lead designer where I work was trying it out last week but not sure how effective it was. It’s worth a go either way and will be interested to see if it works. Good luck
Sorry Paddy but that is not a good idea as it most likely to get rejected as it would interfere with how easily the text is editable by the buyer.
I think webdonkey is just confused, and has set the text anti-aliasing on that section to none.
@Kung-Fu themes – that is a VERY valid point – had not thought of that – still would like to know if it works but you are absolutely right, I guess check it has been selected to the right settings. Thank you
No kung-fu themes, the font is set to smooth,I am very sure of that
I resubmited the PSD again with the font set on smooth, now waiting…