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    Request for a Smooth Line Graphics Editor Example

    I've been working on a graphics editor in TGF1 (don't mind that as I can use MMF2 if I absolutely need to), and while I have a few neat features, I sorta skipped one much needed thing to get there.

    How to make smooth lines? .. I'm pasting into the background and it just doesn't do it fast enough to keep up with the mouse's movement rate. So it results in dots if you move the mouse too quickly.

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    Re: Request for a Smooth Line Graphics Editor Example

    Actually, it's the other way around. The mouse isn't fast enough.
    If you get a high-DPI mouse, you get smoother lines, but if you really want smooth lines like in paint, you're going to have to code a solution yourself.

    I don't know if there are any examples, but I'm sure another user can help you with that. Or you could try the overlay object (or any of the drawing extensions, really)

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