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Anti-aliasing on rounded rectangle

Jul 28, 2013, 13:52
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Anti-aliasing on rounded rectangle
Hello there Smile

I've created a panel using the rounded rectangle method.

My panel is transparent on the background and I don't like how the edges of it are shown (too rough). I want to add semi transparent pixels after them (a kind of manual anti-aliasing)

This is my panel:

[Image: q3PNJBd.png]

Close up:
[Image: 19if6xf.png]
How I would like it to look like:
[Image: 0VO5oKP.png]

How can achieve it?
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Jul 28, 2013, 15:48 (This post was last modified: Jul 28, 2013 15:49 by hakermania.)
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RE: Anti-aliasing on rounded rectangle
Interesting! What method did you follow for your first panel (which, IMO, it looks better than the 2nd) ?

By rounded rectangle I mean the following method:

Select area, Select->Rounded Rectangle, then Fill with color of your preference
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