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08.12.2013 @ 20:18(Sorry if this is the wrong forum to post this in.)
Hey guys, I have a problem with some fonts that look blurry in Microsoft Office 2010, but they're fine when I convert the .doc file to .pdf. Here is an example:
It's fine in the .pdf format.
So my question is, is this a problem with my monitor, or is the font just fuzzy and blurry by itself? Or perhaps something else? It has to be a problem with my computer/monitor, since I very much doubt people would use a blurry font, and I know a lot of people use Adobe Garamond Pro. Also, this isn't the only font that's blurry.
Anyone know how to fix this?
11.06.2013 @ 06:59
14.05.2013 @ 19:21Hey everyone! I'm just wondering if CDPR is planning on making a documentation for the REDkit, or if they'll just stick to the wiki. Currently the wiki is pretty limited and there's not a lot of tutorials on how to do custom stuff (I'm sure tutorials will increase as time goes on), which is really what interests me. Personally I'm fine if an advanced user makes a documentation. So, CDPR, are you planning on doing a documentation?
22.04.2013 @ 13:42Hi guys! So, I've been making my map for some time now, and since I suck at choosing fonts and deciding on names, I was wondering if someone could improve my map a bit. The map down below is in illustrator. If you have the time and patience, I would very much appreciate if you would fill up some names and choose a better font for the names. Other improvements, such as the legend and other details are welcome, as well. Thanks! />/>
And this is the illustrator file:
07.04.2013 @ 08:46Here's an interview in which the developers say that the REDkit development tool could lead to futuristic and Cyberpunk mods (if anyone's interested).