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My guess is that the bubble just calculates the required margin at both sides of the word: --word-- --longerword-- What happened in this case is that, because the letters of the typeface have different widths, it looks like the bubble is staying the same size. When, in reality, it's just a coincidence. If the font were fixed-width, so each character ...


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In all the simple button examples (including other examples in the animation section), the ripple effect compliments the colour of the text or icon - which should follow readability (use a colour contrast checker if in doubt). In general, this is common sense: if you have a 'dark' button requiring light text, adding light ink will be visible and consistent; ...


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Here's something that I've found very useful in the past: http://photoshopetiquette.com/ It doesn't answer every part of your question, but I find that it covers the majority of the issues I commonly encounter when receiving Photoshop files from designers. Things like labeling layers, using layer comps, including fonts, avoiding multiply and other blend ...



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