|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||180 KB|
Publisher description for defontPIXEL
Program compares arrays of 2x2 Pixels, and when one of known shapes occurs, program changes some pixels. You can choose in which case antialias by clicking on one of 6 buttons left (green pixel on the buttons means this is searching for "TEXTcolor", white pixel on the buttons means this is going to be replaced with "AAcolor"). Of course, you can do this in Photoshop by hand, but why wasting time, when you can do it with defontPIXEL, and than only change pixels which you don?t like. note - this program doesn?t support transparency. But you can simply make transparent images with Photoshop. First - copy black text on white background to the defontPIXEL. Than generate antialiased picture, copy back to Photoshop, but to the Aplha channel. Make selection of this channel, and fill new Layer with color.