On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 2:19 PM, Ernie Wright <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Simon Budig wrote:
>> Nathan Lane ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>>>So why not convert your selection to a path then stroke the path? This is a
>>>good work around, and even in my mind now, this makes sense. The stroked
>>>path is antialiased.
>> This is a good workaround if you know what you're doing and what effect
>> you're after. We just cannot make this descision on behalf of the user
>> from within Gimp code.
> I can't believe any user actually wants this behavior.
> But assuming some do, they could still get it by untoggling the
> Antialiased checkbox in Choose Stroke Style--
> and in fact, I would expect
> users who want aliased strokes are already doing that, unaware that the
> Antialiased setting makes no difference at all (that I can see, anyway).

I can confirm this bug. If you stroke using a tool (eg paintbrush),
the result is antialiased, so I don't understand why the vector
stroking isn't.... Actually, it is antialiased. It's just that the
antialiasing quality reduces as the stroke width increases.

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