Do I really have to design everything in Photoshop with anti-aliasing set to "none"? I'm sure there is a better way.
I'd like to have a setting so that when picking a basic web-safe (such as Tahoma) in Photoshop so I can see what it will actually look like when on the web.
For example: The difference between Tahoma with anti-aliasing set to "crisp" in Photoshop and how it renders in Firefox is major. It looks nice and smooth in Photoshop and looks like crap on the web.
Is there a anti-aliasing choice that is best to start with (that has the most similar outcome) when planning to have the content live on the web?