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We have no idea what you are doing or where this text is coming from or how you made this screenshot. It looks like you are looking at the comp window with the Zoom factor at 200% or maybe 400% but we can't know without seeing the whole screenshot and knowing the source of the text layer.
You could also be applying a very thin stroke (like 1 or 2 pixels) which will never look good on text because a very thin line must precisely line up on the pixel grid to avoid interpretation that will alias the edges and make the lines look bad.
it's 50% bro
Hi there mato31,
Hopefully this will help — if that screenshot is your comp window at 50%, then I would hazard a guess that the resolution quality of your comp window was set down to half or quarter quality (this would be my first guess in this instance, worth a try?). If you look across the bottom of the comp window next to the RGB channels icon, the drop-down menu for the comp window resolution is there. Does yours say perhaps Quarter or Third? Just a guess... Usually one would work at Full, but I usually leave it set to Auto so when a comp is viewed at 50%, it automatically changes the quality to 50% which leaves smooth edges (a comp viewed at 50% zoom factor, with full resolution, looks jagged also).
Anyway, just a first thought. Let me know if that helps at all?
it's 50% bro
The zoom factor or the resolution, pal?
Seriously though, a wider screenshot will help.