Antialiasing not great for PNG images depending on zoomlevel without OpenGL enabled.. Based on bug 86675
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open the attached file
2. Zoom out (for me 90%)
Letters lines appear to thin
Same look as the jpg
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Created attachment 149159 [details]
Created attachment 149160 [details]
- This only shows with OpenGL disabled either on Windows, or on Linux with the "gen" vcl plugin (SAL_DISABLEGL=1 SAL_USE_VCLPLUGIN=gen). So this shouldn't be a dependency of the VCL-OpenGL bugreport. Given that we default to OpenGL on Windows and on Linux pretty much nobody uses the gen plugin, most users shouldn't be affected.
- It is related to bug #80498. Presumably reverting that fixes this but reintroduces that problem. Making the image lose the alpha channel should also avoid the problem.
(In reply to Luboš Luňák from comment #3)
> - This only shows with OpenGL disabled either on Windows, or on Linux with
> the "gen" vcl plugin (SAL_DISABLEGL=1 SAL_USE_VCLPLUGIN=gen). So this
> shouldn't be a dependency of the VCL-OpenGL bugreport. Given that we default
> to OpenGL on Windows and on Linux pretty much nobody uses the gen plugin,
> most users shouldn't be affected.
Small note on that. The default is OpenGL. However the driver blacklist is quite long. For example: Intel OpenGL issues where fixed by blacklisting them (not quite up to date with the current situation, though).
The crash reporter shows quite some report on Windows without OpenGL enabled, but could be a coincidence. Some states would be nice :-).
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