Not really sure where to put this thread...
I need to find a simple paint program that can draw a long, anti-aliased line with many curves in it.
I've tried KolourPaint, which is the perfect level of simplicity, but it has neither the spline curve tool to make the line, nor anti-aliasing.
XPaint does the line quite well, and even does arrow heads, which is a nice bonus, but doesn't have anti-alia
I've got a Lenovo Thinkpad x220 and I'm trying to play Minecraft. There's a graphical bug that someone suggested is related to forced anti-aliasing by the Sandy Bridge Intel HD integrated graphics chip.
Is there a way to tell the driver to disable anti-aliasing?
Phoronix: NVIDIA Linux Anti-Aliasing Performance Update
After delivering Radeon Gallium3D MSAA benchmarks earlier in the week to share where the open-source AMD driver is at in its support for multi-sample anti-aliasing, here's some AA benchmarks from NVIDIA's high-class binary Linux graphics driver.
Since sharp fonts are better for my eyes, I use the MS fonts with full hinting and no anti-aliasing, system wide. It works great for all applications, but the terminal. I've found no fixed-width font that looks acceptable so far.
My question is basically this one: If one is to connect, say, a PS4 that gives a 1080p signal to a 4K TV, as we know that the 4K TV would need to upscale the image, in doing so would it remove all aliasing in the process as if I was using a PC with 4 GTX 980 to achive 4K resolution with all anti aliasing options on?