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[Designer 1.6.0.71] Poor vector viewmode rendering when zooming

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Hi,

 

I'm having rendering issues when viewing vector shapes in Vector Viewmode.

The edges appear to pixelate and blur despite having my Performance settings

set to Bilinear best quality & Highest retina quality, etc. Appears worse when

zoomed in. Edges appear rough and blurry instead of crisp in Draw persona.

Bug does not occur in 1.5.3.69

 

P.s. It's been a long time since I tested Affinity designer so apologies if I have overlooked something.

 

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Windows 10 - Version 1703

nVidia GeForce GT 445M

Intel Core i7

12GB RAM

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Hi, just to say I've also experienced this issue and have reported it as well. I've got my fingers crossed for the next beta release. I would imagine it's 'all hands on deck' with launch of the iPad version of Affinity Photo at the moment.


Windows Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo. Windows 10 Home (v1809). Windows scaling 115% 

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Hi Jonopen. Sorry I missed your report. Yeah, the stable version doesn't have this issue so it's probably a minor regression. I really feel for the devs right now! I get the impression they're very busy between Betas, iPad, Publisher, DAM and whatever else :unsure:

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