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  1. Okay so it turns out it was because it was on rgb8 so im stupid. Thanks for the help anyway
  2. I definitely used the brush tool as I don't have the pixel in my toolbar.
  3. the one on the top i have just made and me being stupid I forgot to save the file but you can clearly see this looks absolutely terrible compared to the bottom one that was made almost a year ago with much smoother lighting and colours.
  4. Oh I swear I remember that being a feature. Sorry.
  5. Could it possibly be to do with "actual size zoom"?
  6. Okay thank you. I will try that when I get home although if I remember correctly it is set on bilinear.
  7. It's probably over that so that's probably it although in the past version I was able to zoom in and it would adjust the quality?
  8. The actual project, every project I've worked on since the 1.7 update its looked extremely pixelated. They're usually 1920 by 1080 at 400 dpi but it looks very low quality
  9. Yeah theres no problem with the ui text I was just leaving it there to show my settings to see whether theres something wrong with that. Once I get home i will send the file.
  10. I've been using AP for about 2 years and I've never had a single problem until I updated to 1.7 where there's a very noticeable pixelated look in everything (text, pen tool, shapes, etc) and I also seem to have this line using gradients found also in the linked post. Do keep in mind though that I got a new PC around the same time as 1.7 so it could also be that but I'm unsure. I've posted my settings and an example. I'm not sure whether this is the correct place to ask this or not so please correct me if I'm wrong.

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