Look at those text shadows, they are so big! It looks like it came from a compass extension that allows you to easily apply multiple text shadows at a given angle. I mean, they are just so big and out there.
If you like big text shadows and you can not lie, install the omg-text extension and don't deny, that you want awesome text shadows all up in your face.
The omg-text extension provides a mixin with a simple syntax for creating your awesome text shadows. There are three shadow styles for you choose from, flat, shaded, and offset, below are examples of each. Please visit the github page for detailed mixin descriptions and more usage examples.
Getting started is easy, just install the gem from your terminal.
(sudo) gem install omg-text
Now that you have omg-text installed, you can create a project based on the omg-text extension or install it into an existing project
compass create <project_name> -r omg-text --using omg-text #import into your scss/sass file import "omg-text"
# Edit the project configuration file and add: require ‘omg-text’ # From command line cd your/project/folder compass install omg-text #import into scss/sass file import "omg-text"