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    jaggedy lines

    anybody have any idea of how to get rid of jaggedy lines when drawing in painter? it really is annoying. i heard sombody say somthing about anti alaising but i dunno where to find that option. any help would be great.

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    jaggedy lines


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    woah never happend to me... you sure your not doing somthin real stupid like paintin at real low rez... nah man iono, i dun have that problem. sry.
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    nah does it even on huge res's

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    You need to turn anti-aliasing on I think...
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    are you talking about when you zoom out? or the brushes..?

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    isn't painter like this when you first use it? and you have to adjust a preference in settings somewhere. I remember you told me how on irc, but I don't remember what it was.

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    its jagged all of the time when using the brushes. it dont make any differance if i change the canvas size or zoom in or out. its VERY annoying

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    WHY IS EVERYONE POSTING IN THE WRONG FORUM!

    this should go in the Painter forum

    I'm also seeing TONS of college threads in the lounge the past 2 days...
    POST EM IN THE ART SCHOOLS forum!!

    ARGHAA!!!

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    Why do you care, Denart? Frankly, those other forums don't get nearly enough traffic to make them worthwhile, if you ask me.
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    Well I'm just upset because I post all my college related threads (about 4) in the school forum and they think they're the exception.

    Just because that forum doesn't get much attention doesn't mean everyone posts here. What does that fix...

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    your just jealous
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    denart, why get upset, who cares?

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    Considering the purpose of forums in general is to promote discussion, and my of this ones in particular are to get answers to questions, I'm of the opinion that if there are two forums where your post is valid, and one of them gets little to no attention (even if it's more correct to post it there), then you should post it in the other one.

    I understand the importance of having seperate forums for seperate subjects, but there comes a point where the forum becomes "diluted" and the posts are spread too thinly to be usefull.

    I agree that maybe this post would have been better in the painter forum, but I think fungi is/was upset enough with this problem to want an answer sooner, rather than later. Maybe once it's been answered, it would be good to move this post to that forum for archival purposes though, so future people having this problem could find it if they look there.
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