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    is this a problem with my monitor or graphics card?

    when i draw in photoshop if im not drawing at 100% magnification or smaller then my drawing shows up jaggedy, like even if its at 99%. and it seems like the resolution changes? is this a setting i can fix in my photoshop settings or what?

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    have you ticked smoothing as an option on your brush settings?

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    I'm not sure if this is what you mean, or if you have another problem, but Photoshop just doesn't look great at all magnifications. Usually 25%, 50%, 75% and 100% look pretty good, but anything else looks strange. I remember reading once why that was, but I forgot haha.

    I hope that helps, it's not just you.

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