Bad aliasing issue.

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  1. Pete

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    I don't see AA anywhere in that pic...
     
  2. Blazkowicz

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    but it looks like shite, it reminds me of S3 virge's way to do "alpha blending" - draw black pixels.
     
  3. Hazuki Ryu

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    It appears I solved Divinity 2's problem by going to the config and changing the resolution from 1680*1050 to 1920*1080 my monitor's native resolution. I can only guess that it was the artefact of some weird scalling or error since the game was set to 1920*1080 in-game but apparently displaying 1680*1050 in a very weird way.
     
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