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Strokes appear severely jagged in the window


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Import the output files of affnity photo into krita and photoshop respectively, and the results show that the affnity window appears jagged, which seriously interferes with the creative activities.

The following is a screenshot 

In affinity photo

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In kritaimage.thumb.png.7430a7d53205c5fdc2065db462a52451.png

In photoshop

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3 hours ago, markbowen said:

Affinity Photo document zoomed in to 127%

In other applications, the zoom is also not 100%.
In my opinion, however, Affinity displays 1:1 (displays pixels as they are), while display in other applications is smoothed (that is, provided that all applications actually display the exact same bitmap PNG/JPEG file).
Edit: Since this is not mentioned, a file format could be used where other applications display the vector part of the data, while Affinity only the rasterized/bitmap part.

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