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Hi - I am new to Affinity photo.  I tried rotating an image of a window in crop mode.  As you can see from the screen capture - it makes the bars all choppy. 

The original is a good sized file and does not look choppy.  When I export - it looks OK.  

Is there any way to fix this?  It makes it hard to edit a photo like this.  

I'm running on Windows 10.  I don't have this issue with other applications.

Thanks

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I just discovered that if I hit "rasterize" the image clears up.  Is this a good way to fix this?  Or is it bad?

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40 minutes ago, dandev said:

Hi - I am new to Affinity photo.  I tried rotating an image of a window in crop mode.  As you can see from the screen capture - it makes the bars all choppy. 

Hey @dandev,

In Preferences >  Performance, change the View Quality setting from Nearest Neighbor to Bilinear.

Cheers

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51 minutes ago, JimmyJack said:

Hey @dandev,

In Preferences >  Performance, change the View Quality setting from Nearest Neighbor to Bilinear.

Cheers

Jimmy Jack - you are my hero.  :)  Thanks.  

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