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Does it make a difference if you run it fullscreen and not a maximised window?
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Originally Posted by Darren9 View Post
Does it make a difference if you run it fullscreen and not a maximised window?
It makes the lines a little more fine and there are more lines with less gaps

I'll upload a picture in bit.
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There simply aren't enough pixels to display the information. At the distance those wires are, they are less than 1 pixel thick in places, and some get discarded in favor of the sky, which might have more presence in that pixel.

Your screenshot is 1600x900, which means your display is 900p (exactly in the middle of 720p and 1080p). If you run it fullscreen, you'll give it more pixels, which will help, but very little. A larger resolution would help some, but again, only to a point. This is something greater resolutions combined with higher pixel density would work towards doing a lot for.

Anti-aliasing (likely, transparency anti-aliasing to be specific) can help with this as well, but it has it's limits in how much it can.
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