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I really like this style too and tried it out a while back with a thin inner shadow and bevel instead of a drop shadow. It’s not quite as crisp as the process noted above, but it’s quick and easy.]]>
Great, thanks an excellent reply! :-)]]>
I don’t use GIMP personally, but this should be similar to Photoshop. You have different ways of going about this — the simplest would probably be to add a drop shadow to the text, then change the shadow color to white (for the first example). In Photoshop you would also change the shadow mode to Normal, otherwise it won’t show the white (because it’s shading the stuff underneath, rather than just drawing the shadow).
Also just make sure the shadow size is 0, the angle is 90 degrees and the distance is 1 pixel. For the white text/black shadow, just change the angle to -90 and the shadow to black, as well as the text color to white.
This effect can also be done with CSS3 when more browsers support it (at the moment it will work in Safari). You would use the text-shadow property:
For the first one:
text-shadow: #000 0 1px 0;
For the second one:
text-shadow: #FFF 0 -1px 0;
The first value is the color, the second is the x-axis location. Third is y-axis (so we’re moving it down by 1 pixel and up by 1 pixel) and the final is blur. You can increase the blur to make the shadow bigger — 0 has no blur.]]>
Yes, but how do you do it? (in GIMP).]]>
Simple yet effective way to display buttons, good observations Dmitry!]]>
At least one…ahem ;)]]>