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Date Posted: 15:36:52 09/11/00 Mon
Author: Francesco
Subject: Re: Anitaliasing
In reply to: Joerg 's message, "Anitaliasing" on 07:04:11 04/25/00 Tue


give a look to <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://web.tiscalinet.it/deplhipage">http://web.tiscalinet.it/deplhipage</a>

you will find the TScaleToGrayTransform you are searching.



> Hi to all,
> display quality of b/w images is not well. Looking at
> Kodak-Eastman's Imaging ocx shipped with all windows
> versions the antialiasing is great.
> How can I implement high quality antialising with
> Envision?
> Regard,
> Joerg

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