R

  1. Ragged left.

    Bandera izquierda.

    Text justified only on the right edge, while the left edge is uneven.

  2. Ragged right.

    Bandera derecha.

    Text justified only on the left edge, while the right edge is uneven.

  3. Rasterize.

    Tramar.

    Converting an image into a bit map.

  4. Readability / Legibility.

    Legibilidad.

    Factor that determines how easy a page, text or typeface can be read.

  5. Register marks.

    Marcas de registro.

    During the printing process, printed marks used to ensure the correct position of the paper.

  6. Resolution.

    Resolución.

    Quality of a digital image, depending on the number of dots per inch.

  7. Reverse / Drop out.

    Negativo.

    Talking about images means black and white, reversed. But is also white text over a black background.

  8. Reverse / Flop.

    Invertir.

  9. RGB .

    RGB.

    RGB (Red, Green, Blue). Screen color patron. Iis the composition of color in terms of the intensity of the primary colors of light . Based on additive synthesis, it is possible to represent a color by a mixture of the three primary colors of light. The RGB color model itself does not define exactly what it means red, green or blue, this means that the same RGB values ​​can show strikingly different colors in different devices using this color model. Although using a single color model, color spaces can vary considerably.

  10. River / River of white.

    Río / Calle.

    Vertical or diagonal gaps that may appear running down in blocks of text, usually with justified type. They distract the reader and are a mistake of composition that can be reduced by altering the tracking or the hyphenation.

  11. River of white / River.

    Calle / Río.

    Vertical or diagonal gaps that may appear running down in blocks of text, usually with justified type. They distract the reader and are a mistake of composition that can be reduced by altering the tracking or the hyphenation.

  12. Rough layout / Dummy / Draft / Scamp / Sketch.

    Borrador / Boceto / Bosquejo / Esbozo.

    A quick drawing or composition that is not refined or finalized. A page diagram showing where the different elements (art and text) go. Also all the different versions of a page before the final art.

  13. Rule / Hairline.

    Filete / Filete mínimo.

    In printing language, a rule is a vertical or horizontal straight line. A “hairline” ("Filete mínimo") is the thinnest rule used in printed media (used to be 0,5 pt but today 0,25 pt can be used as well).

  14. Run.

    Tirada.

    Number of issues produced in one print.

  15. Runaround / Wraparound / Skew.

    Arracada / Contorneo.

    Text intended around a photo or illustration.

  16. Running foot / Folio / Running Head.

    Folio / Folio explicativo.

    -Folio: In publishing, page number. -Running head / Running foot: Type giving the name of the publication, date and page number; usually located at the top (running head) or the bottom (running foot) of an inside page.

  17. Running Head / Folio / Running foot.

    Folio / Folio explicativo.

    -Folio: In publishing, page number. -Running head / Running foot: Type giving the name of the publication, date and page number; usually located at the top (running head) or the bottom (running foot) of an inside page.