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Yes, it's a noise effect that you can recreate using Photoshop or CSS. You can see it better in the background image of the website. Noise Effect in Photoshop You can recreate it by adding a noise filter to a colored layer. Go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise..., and select the Amount. (Source) Then use transparency to make it more subtle. You ...
As the original author of the script linked through OP's post and in an effort to give this question some closure, I'd like to say that most likely the document that Fibericon was trying to save had some layer groups which my original script couldn't handle. It has since been updated. The script can be found linked through my answer, or it can be downloaded ...
Posting Ivan's message as an answer, as he left it in a comment. I know you have experience of using an anti-alias font, BUT im doing for classic 8 bit videogame fonts I found a solution, I was using the 64 bit version of Photoshop CS5. It looks fixed and clean using "None" parameters in the 32 bit version.
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