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I want to be able to create a anti-aliasing effect as shown in windows command prompt with any text or vector I'd like without having to screenshot it within the program. How could I go about doing this?

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  • Vector or bitmap result? With a bitmap result, you will get a "fake" antialiasing, because the image won't 'know' how the pixels are aligned on a user's screen. With a vector image, you either don't have to do anything (as the local vector renderer will take care of it) or you get a fake result as well. – usr2564301 Nov 12 '18 at 23:45
  • Do you want to recreate it pixel art style super big as shown? – user129362 Nov 12 '18 at 23:53
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Not a result exactly like your example but you could do like this in Illustrator:

  1. Type text in 120pt size (white) over a black background.
  2. Add a shadow from the Effects options with positive x-offset (2mm). Set Y-offset and blur to 0. Set the color to red and opacity 75%.
  3. In the appearance panel, copy the shadow and edit x-offset to negative(-2mm). Set the color to blue and opacity 75%.
  4. Add Rasterize from the Effects options. In this example I used 12ppi resolution with transparent background and no antialising.

enter image description here Sorry for the swedish text in the UI, but I hope you can figure it out anyway.

Now the result can be a bit unpredictable with shadow not appearing on some letters so one need to tweek and experiment.

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