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“Unlike older devices, the new smartphone drawing programs tend to render anti-aliased lines -- creating a smooth non-pixelated stroke; but Faithfull wanted to keep the raw pixel quality of his early Palm Pilot work, so his drawing program allows for a more low-tech, jagged line.”
“OpenOffice. org 3.1 is packed with bug fixes, better grammar checking, anti-aliased drawing, performance improvements, and many more changes and features.”
“Clearly there are many more colors than slices, most likely due to anti-aliased pixels that we can ignore, at least in the first approximation.”
“Next, you select your magic wand tool and make sure the little boxes marked ‘anti-aliased’ and ‘contigious’ are unchecked.”
“OpenOffice.org 3.1 is packed with bug fixes, better grammar checking, anti-aliased drawing, performance improvements, and many more changes and features.”
“But anti-aliased descendants of her classic icons survive throughout the digital domain.”
“With names like Blood Rayne, Mileena (Mortal Kombat), et al, you get to gawk at them in all their anti-aliased but naked glory in the October issue of the popular men's magazine.”
“The use of new anti-aliased fonts is another positive step in creating an interface superior to similar offerings from other distributions.”
“Anyway, if you're interested in getting Galeon going with anti-aliased fonts and not using the (inferior IMHO) freetype method, read on!”
“She's polygons, texture maps, anti-aliased pixels, running at eighty frames per second (well, on a 3Ghz P3 with a Gig of RAM, a high-end motherboard, and the newest 256 MB Geforce FX).”
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