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Hello!

I’ve created a Scichart project. I have a problem using antialiasing property with FastLineRenderableSeries: it works perfect when strokethickness property is set to 1, but when I set strokethickness to value that is greater than 1, changing antialiasing property doesn’t affect renderableseries.

How can I fix this?

Thanks in advance.

Example project source: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1VdjR7Lh43qMGNnaVJBYmVUV0E

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4.0.4.8098
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Hi Vyacheslav,

Have you seen our article High Quality vs. High Speed vs. DirectX Renderer Plugins?

This talks about the three renderer plugins in SciChart and their strengths / weaknesses.

It sounds to me like you are using the HighSpeedRenderSurface, which uses integer coordinates and fixed point arithmetic. Unfortunately its impossible to correctly anti-alias when lines are thicker than one pixel and in this mode.

Fortunately both the HighQualityRenderSurface and the Direct3D10RenderSurface support antialiasing at higher stroke thicknesses.

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Best regards,
Andrew

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