User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.8; rv:38.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/38.0 Build ID: 20150513174244 Steps to reproduce: Using several text-shadows to fake a text outline, offset in eight directions by the same amount (/sqrt(2) for the diagonals). http://codepen.io/anon/pen/gpLbdz?editors=001 Actual results: The border on top/right is thinner than on the bottom/left. Zooming out may make it more obvious. Expected results: A regular pseudo-border. It works fine in Safari and Chrome. No idea about IE. ------------ Note that I use a JS-based CSS preprocessor. You can tweak the `outline()` call at the top to change the thickness and blur level (in milli-em). `outline()` is defined at the bottom of JS section. The resulting CSS can be found in the head of the iframe, at the penultimate position. Using milli-em allows me to get an outline that scales nicely, regardless of the text size. Using OS X with a non-retina display.
Summary: text-shadow offset is uneven depending on side → text-shadow offset is different depending on side
No need to zoom out anymore, I reduced the font size and it gives the same result.
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