Untitled - by sardoa
- by sardoa - 12/5/2005 - 3:11:42 am
v1- by sardoa - 12/5/2005 3:11:42 am
sardoa12/5/2005 3:11:59 am
the antialising happens on macs
loopdogg12/5/2005 3:37:41 am
i've always had to draw in if i wanted it. pixel by pixel. i might have to ebay an old assed mac...
loopdogg12/5/2005 3:38:02 am
oh, and i like this series.
sardoa12/5/2005 4:32:35 am
i mean, maybe it's in the processor or the way the java is handled? but i never had it do that on my pc
sardoa12/5/2005 4:33:10 am
messes up fills unless you use a bigger line (i dont think the larger lines are aliased or whatever)
\<12/5/2005 4:55:56 am
ok thanks for clearin that up...so when you zoom in in the app, you can see the effect already?
tim12/5/2005 7:23:41 am
depends on what browser you are using for the mac. Safari lets you draw lines without anti-aliasing, but when you switch to larger brushes it slows the fuck down to syrup speeds. Firefox draws small lines with anti-aliasing, but when you use the fill you get the annoying white dots, also Firefox gets a little slow when you are zoomed in. Thats what I've noticed, could just be for my little macintosh. And yes, macs do handle java differently, from what I understand it is currently being sorted out.
yanbu12/5/2005 9:06:18 am
i didn't realize any of this was mac related, i just thought some of you knew some other tricks . .