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Using Solidworks for some time now (Started as part of Uni's subjects, ended up as nice hobby to designing stuff). 1 week ago something happened and all the lines look "broken". Checked the settings and they were fine, did a reset, nothing. Anti-Aliasing is on.
Does anyone have any tip?
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>>678338
These is literally not a single pixel affected by AA in your picture. I don't work with Solidworks, but maybe there are multiple options that could affect Anti-Aliasing
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>>678338
Solidworks is a garbage-tier program. Check the Realview settings and linetype options. If a butterfly farts in Africa, Solidworks chokes on memory and you get graphics glitches

If you want to use an engineering design platform to make models like that, look into ProE/Creo.



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