Lu9 Posted April 19, 2021 Share Posted April 19, 2021 In older versions of Paint.NET (Don't remember which one, but probably before v4) I would find out that by copying vector (SVG?) information from a program such as Inkscape (not sure about others like Adobe Illustrator though) and pasting into Paint.NET would result in a rasterization of the graphic with no anti-aliasing. That turned out to be quite useful for pixel art, as it rasterized the lines in an almost pixel perfect way. Even MS Paint has a similar feature (Even old XP Paint), but not nearly as "finished" as Paint.NET has, definitely rougher. Nowadays when pasting vector content into Paint.NET, it has anti-aliasing now. While I get why that was done, I think there should be an option for that... If there is one then I'm missing it. For reference: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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