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regarding frozen-bubble: Please anti-alias the graphics.
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Re: Bug#395852: frozen-bubble: Please anti-alias the graphics.
Sat, 17 Feb 2007 00:04:46 +0100
Le samedi 28 octobre 2006 à 10:22 +0200, Piotr Engelking a écrit :
> Package: frozen-bubble
> Version: 2.0.0-1
> Severity: wishlist
> Some of the graphics used in the game is very pixelated. Please consider
> anti-aliasing it, especially the crane-operating penguin and the balls.
> Version 2.0.0 has several noticeable regressions in this regard:
> * The small penguin operating the crane looks much worse now. Pixelation was
> much less a problem with 1.0.0 cartoon-like graphics, but is very
> noticeable now with 3d.
> * With smaller font and higher-contrast colors, compared to 1.0.0 pastels,
> pixelation is much more visible in the main game menu.
> * The small penguin's igloo was anti-aliased in 1.0.0. It isn't anymore.
> * The score panel has rounded and pixelated corners now.
> (Actually, I believe I liked the cartoonish look of 1.0.0 better regardless
> of these regressions, but this is a matter of personal preference, I guess.)
Je ne me souviens plus si je t'avais envoyé ce rapport de bug. J'ai
tendance à trouver qu'il a raison, l'anti-aliasing sur les graphismes ne
serait pas un mal vu la résolution à laquelle fb tourne. Par contre cela
implique de remplacer les gif par des png et de refaire le rendu de tous
: :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code.
`. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to
`- our own. Resistance is futile.
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