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Anti-aliasing issue with Very Small Documents (icon size)

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I made a 32 x 32 document. I noticed when opening a "new view" and setting at 100% and putting on secondary screen, it is not displaying correctly. The box has 8px of white on each side. However, at 100% view it is not displaying correctly as it shaves a few pixels off the document. You can tell by 8x8 grid overlapping and goes into the background gray area.

Strange enough, by adding an art-board, the issue goes away.

*I am trying to attach some files to show what I mean, but I am getting an error (error 7) 😑


Microsoft Windows 10 Home (Build 18363)
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ 3600Ghz; Mobo: Asus X470-PRO
16GB DDR4 (3100Mhz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Monitor 1: 4K @ 150%
Monitor 2: 1080p @ 100%

WACOM Intuos4 Large; X-rite i1Display Pro; NIKON D5600 DSLR

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I added the files. I used Edge instead of Firefox, for whatever reason that worked.

Both screens: multi-view-pixel-discrepancy.tiff
Zoom-in of the issue: multi-view-pixel-discrepancy-2.tiff

.afdesign file: test.afdesign


Microsoft Windows 10 Home (Build 18363)
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 @ 3600Ghz; Mobo: Asus X470-PRO
16GB DDR4 (3100Mhz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Monitor 1: 4K @ 150%
Monitor 2: 1080p @ 100%

WACOM Intuos4 Large; X-rite i1Display Pro; NIKON D5600 DSLR

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Thanks for the files debraspicher,
We did have an issue with the forum that was preventing file uploads which has now been resolved (as you can see!). I've reproduced your issue (although it isn't new to this beta) and will get it passed on to development

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