Hey,
When the letters in a word have very slightly different heights or widths, what is the point you align to?
Just looking at 'Century Gothic' the upper most curve on the S and G (in caps) are very so slightly higher than the straight line of the D, E, I and N
The same is true on the vertical line on the S. The curve on the bottom right of the S juts out very slightly from the point on the top of the S
I've always aligned text to the outer point but is this the correct way?
Thanks
PS, sorry may have posted this in the wrong forum. Please move if so...
When the letters in a word have very slightly different heights or widths, what is the point you align to?
Just looking at 'Century Gothic' the upper most curve on the S and G (in caps) are very so slightly higher than the straight line of the D, E, I and N
The same is true on the vertical line on the S. The curve on the bottom right of the S juts out very slightly from the point on the top of the S
I've always aligned text to the outer point but is this the correct way?
Thanks
PS, sorry may have posted this in the wrong forum. Please move if so...
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