After exporting my .ai file to another format (png or jpeg) I have problems with my text being blurry, but it is ONLY blurry when it is at actual size. When you zoom in, it is as if it focuses and then is sharper and clear. Basically, it's blurry when viewed at actual size and as I zoom in it 'snaps' into place and becomes perfectly clear. It's really strange, because if it were a resolution problem it would be the opposite-i.e. only clear at actual size and burry zoomed in. I've tried a bunch of things- anti-aliasing, type-optimized, document raster settings, converting type to outlines before export, exporting at different sizes and resolutions. Some of these things have helped, but it is always an issue with every file I export (not just with one typeface).
Please see image for an example. Try opening the image in a new tab, look at the blurry text, then zoom in once and you will see how it snaps into place:
For this example I did the following:
- Before export, ai file was set for print
- Document raster settings were set to anti-alias and res of 300dpi
- Type was on default anti-aliasing (sharp)
- Export for screens a 1x scale, type optimized
I've tried so many different combinations of raster effects, different scales when exporting but can't figure out what is going wrong