Chris Mohler wrote:
> On 5/22/07, Claus Cyrny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> David Gowers wrote:
>>> Drawing a circle in Inkscape will not improve it's quality. The gimp
>>> quality is about the maximum, and you'll find that inkscape provides
>>> pretty much the same quality.
>> I have to disagree with you. I noticed that the anti-aliasing in the Gimp is
>> by far not as good as in Inkscape, and I can post some screenshots to prove
>> my point. As I wrote, I tried several ways to improve the anti-aliasing
>> of the
>> circle in the Gimp, but not to much avail.
> And I have to disagree with you :) Are you zoomed in past 100%? I
> can't think of any other reason your circle in GIMP should be jagged.
I wonder what I'm doing wrong! :-( Here's an example of what
I tried (Gimp 2.2.8/Ubuntu "Breezy"/24-bit color depth):
The "jaggies" remain. :-(
How do you achieve getting a smooth circle? I checked both
anti-aliasing and feather (3.0) in the selection tool. The zoom factor
was always 100%.
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