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Zagged images When we give effect like embossing etc. to a font or to an image and save it as jpeg often we don't get a prossesional looking quality. For ex. if we are applying the effect to a word for a logo and save our work as jpeg file to show to the client that does not look so good . Why?

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You should try changing the anti aliasing on the font. Selecting a smooth Anti alias should solve your problem.

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