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No, there is no such option. Atleast as far as I can verify, the negative is very hard to prove. But this is hardly surprising as it would be much slower to work with.
We had some problems at work with icons looking fuzzy. What we did is that we resized all the icons on illustrator as double the size they should be on the browser. When the developer was coding he divided the image by 2 or just set the dimensions manually divided by 2. The exporting was done the same way "save for web" and with PNG 24. After that all the ...
Your icon is problematic. It features too fine details that don't scale well to the intended size. Increase the font-weight on 'studios'. The main problem seems to be, that you have a hi-res display and standard-res pixel assets. That's why pixels looks blurry and SVG looks better. A custom icons font would work, too. Or serve pixels assets in double ...
Once you get down to that size, there are really only two choices: (a) Get in there with your favourite pixel-pushing image editor, and individually tweak the pixels. This may (and probably will) mean distorting the image very slightly from the original, but having everything lined up on a pixel grid means that things will be crisp. Or; (b) Create the icon ...
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