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Type Rendering Mix

Type Rendering Mix
What? Why is this useful? Type Rendering Mix is useful in many situations. Let’s say you are using Proxima Nova on your website. Below you can see how the “thin” weight will look in OS X and Windows 7. Due to the way the Core Text rasterizer works, fonts will look heavier on OS X and iOS than on other platforms.

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