As much as I like Google's new Logo, something about it is making me feel queezy.
If you haven't noticed, Google's 'L' has a blurry left side (blown up version shown by red arrow). The reason for this is because the original logo is at 2 scale, aimed for devices with high DPI. However, on normal DPI screens the image is halved in its dimensions.
The original logo's L is positioned at 431px as shown at the blue arrow. As Google should know odd numbers divided by 2 make decimals. When the logo on a non-retina device is displayed it's L character is positioned at 215.5px from the left, making the left side blurry.
So Mr. Google please can you correct the logo, as its really frustrating!
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