New "Antialiasing" feature in BRPG v1.6c

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New "Antialiasing" feature in BRPG v1.6c

Post by heruca » Wed May 12, 2010 4:34 pm

Just wanted to give you all a sneak peak at one new feature that will be in BRPG v1.6c.

It allows you to enable antialiasing on objects on the map whose graphics contain text that can be hard to read, especially when zoomed out. It's also useful for images with very thin lines that tend to "disappear" at certain zoom levels (for example, a thin grid overlay).

I'll let the pictures below speak for themselves.
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Post by Kazander » Wed May 12, 2010 5:45 pm

Nice timing. I need exactly this feature for an encounter I have coming up. I used a 4000-pixel wide map (as an object) with a built-in hex map, and the hex map keeps disappearing beyond a certain zoom level out. I made the lines too thin, I guess.

I hope 1.6c is stable enough to use in production now. I need to use this encounter soon, and I built it in 1.6b (I'm using 1.4i with my players now).

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