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Jagged lines on drawings

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antkn33
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Jagged lines on drawings

Why are the lines so jagged in my drawings. I'm on macOS 12, Fusion 360 2.0. Thanks Screen Shot 2021-11-17 at 10.02.13 AM.png

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TrippyLighting
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Those aren't lines, they are edges. "They" aren't drawings either, but 3D models or models for short.

The "jagged" lines aren't jagged, they are just not ( or not fully) anti aliased.

 

If you select the screen settings in the small menu bar on the bottom-center of the Fusion 360 viewport, select "Effects", you can enable "Antialiasing". If it is enabled, we'll have to look into this further.

Peter Doering
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antkn33
in reply to: TrippyLighting

Antialiasing is enabled.
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TrippyLighting
in reply to: antkn33

In that case you might just have to live with it 😉

Just to be clear, there's nothing wrong with your model or your computer!

Antialiasing is simply a visual effect that sometimes works better than others. You will see a lot less of that if you choose the "Grey room" environment, for example. 

Peter Doering
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antkn33
in reply to: TrippyLighting

That a bummer. I wonder why my Mac does it? I was watching tutorials and the was using a Mac that didn’t do it. 

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jmanu217
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just posting this in case anyone needs it.  on top right you can find this

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uncheck the "Limit effects to optimize performance" box and you'll get the better display.

jmanu217_1-1693977129823.png

then you can select anti aliasing at the bottom middle of the screen.

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Hope it helps!

 

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