Wolfram Language & System 10.0 (2014)|Legacy Documentation
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- Antialiasing fuzzes out edges of graphical elements so as to avoid the appearance of jaggedness associated with discrete screen pixels.
- With the default setting Antialiasing->Automatic, choices are made to optimize appearance on each type of computer system.
- With Antialiasing->True, black lines may appear slightly gray.
- Antialiasing applies to both 2D and 3D graphics.
- For 3D graphics, the operation of Antialiasing can depend on the particular graphics hardware you are using. Antialiasing is disabled unless Allow Antialiasing is set in the Preferences dialog.
- Antialiasing can be turned on and off not just for complete graphics, but also for individual primitives or groups of primitives within a single graphic.
- Antialiasing does not alter the appearance of fonts. Font antialiasing is typically controlled by a global operating system setting.
Introduced in 2007
(6.0)| Updated in 2008