I recently heard that not many people know about this feature, even though it’s been around for about a year.
Photoshop didn’t use to render fonts very well for digital mediums, which use sub-pixel rendering to anti-alias fonts - making them appear slightly thicker but not as thick as the “Strong” settings.
As a result, if you wanted to mock-up a website or app, the font rendering options never quite matched the way fonts appear when loaded on a browser or mobile device.
Photoshop then added two new rendering options, Mac LCD and Mac, which solves the problem beautifully!
Today we released something called Asset Handoff that bridges the gap between design and development. We’re excited to show it to you.
If you don’t trust Auto-Save, of it it stops working like it did for me, set up Keyboard Maestro to also hit ⌘ S on other shortcuts you use regularly.
I have several common shortcuts doing this, here it is with the Return key for example:
I also have it saving every 3 minutes, just in case!