"Szasz Pal" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> And now the question: how could I make such anti-aliasing easier?  I
> made the above image by drawing it pixel-by-pixel. I'm thinking it
> would be easier, if I draw the image 3 times grater resolution, and
> then I could apply a filter, which reduces the resolution by three
> and adjust the RGB components accordingly.

Yes, that is how it is done. Usually there is also some filtering
involved to reduce color fringes. But in general you draw with the
horizontal resolution increased by the factor 3. The concept is
described at http://grc.com/cleartype.htm

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