Eventually technology will allow proper compression with full performance. Until then I will stick with the more basic designs.
Yeah, but dirty sells. I shouldn't have to sacrifice design. I suppose I can settle for creating a less dirty font.
I can't take a picture of lag.
I have experienced this with a few fonts from dafont.com. These fonts lag in FontBook and Photoshop and all programs. I recently started making a grungy font and it is lagging like crazy. I would like to produce a nice font without lag. What am I doing wrong? It could be because it has lots of shapes and lines. I am building the font in illustrator. It isn't illustrator causing it because I make all my fonts in that program and this is the first time I have experienced this.
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