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Anti-Alias Feature in Fireworks MX 2004

Posted on 2004-11-04
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Last Modified: 2013-12-13
Please see the first image here:

The font is Frutiger 45 light - 12 px.

How can I improve the sharpness of this font (without spending days on each word) using the CUSTOM anti-alias feature in Fireworks MX 2004?

I'm confused about which settings would make the font in the image look "cleariest".  

The 3 settings are:


But I don't know which will work best.

Thanks for your help.  This has been driving me crazy.  My client wants to use this font or one very similiar.


Question by:aprillougheed
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pcthelp earned 2000 total points
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Ive had a few problems with the custom anti-alias feature myself and have reverted to using the straightforward system anti-alias.

Ive noticed that the following settings seem to look better using the custom anti-alias:

> Oversampling "4"
> Sharpness "approx 125"
> Strength "no more than 50"



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