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The '''Anti-Aliasing''' view option removes the jaggies (aliasing) during the screen representation, as the edges of the objects are smoothed.
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The '''Anti-Aliasing''' view option in the '''View''' menu removes the jaggies (aliasing) during the screen representation, as the edges of the objects are smoothed.
  
 
The '''Anti-Aliasing''' mode makes the screen redraw slower.
 
The '''Anti-Aliasing''' mode makes the screen redraw slower.
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The screen redrawing in '''Anti-Aliasing''' and '''Spot Colors''' mode is quite slow if the map has a lot of objects or big raster background maps are loaded. In this case we recommend to switch off '''Anti-Aliasing'''.
 
The screen redrawing in '''Anti-Aliasing''' and '''Spot Colors''' mode is quite slow if the map has a lot of objects or big raster background maps are loaded. In this case we recommend to switch off '''Anti-Aliasing'''.
  
Read more about Anti-Aliasing in [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antialiasing Wikipedia]].
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Read more about Anti-Aliasing on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antialiasing Wikipedia]].
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Back to the '''[[View#Anti-Aliasing|View]]''' page.

Revision as of 11:03, 22 May 2012

The Anti-Aliasing view option in the View menu removes the jaggies (aliasing) during the screen representation, as the edges of the objects are smoothed.

The Anti-Aliasing mode makes the screen redraw slower.

The Anti-Aliasing mode is automatically switched off in the zoom levels higher than 16x.

The screen redrawing in Anti-Aliasing and Spot Colors mode is quite slow if the map has a lot of objects or big raster background maps are loaded. In this case we recommend to switch off Anti-Aliasing.

Read more about Anti-Aliasing on [Wikipedia].


Back to the View page.