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michiel | 7 years ago | 2 comments | 1 like | 2,957 views

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The technique of removing jaggies is called antialiasing. Here's how to turn it on.

The screenshots are from a Dutch Windows 7 PC with an AMD Radeon graphics. It works slightly different on other graphics cards and Windows versions, but the idea is the same.

The steps are as follows:
1) right click on your desktop and choose CATALYST CONTROL CENTER
2) select GAMES > IMAGE QUALITY
3) select ANTI-ALIASING
4) move the slider all the way to the right




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Shouldn't BluffTitler just enable it for itself?

Per, 7 years ago

Yes, I'd very much prefer it if you could change AA setttings in Blufftitler itself rather than at driver level - just like in games for example.

I don't like to have high quality AA settings on by default at driver level as there are many other programs I use where this is not desirable so I keep having to go in to the driver and change it.

JackWhite, 7 years ago

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