Vectorized text looks rasterized when zoomed in

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When I create text, its as far as i know vectorized. But when I zoom in at 3-400%, I can see the pixels? 

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Vectorized text looks rasterized when zoomed in

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When I create text, its as far as i know vectorized. But when I zoom in at 3-400%, I can see the pixels? 

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PS is pixel-based, after all and text is always rasterized to the actual document resolution. PS does not dynamically re-rasterize text upon zooming like a genuine vector drawing program. Which of course is kind of the point. how would you design pixel-exact otherwise? Nothing wrong here.

 

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Photoshop can create vector output in file-formats like pdf and svg but as Mylenium already pointed out the described behaviour is as expected and intended. 

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