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Autoit Increase quality of GUI Graphics

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#1 ·  Posted

Hi there ! Has anyone here any idea of how can i make GUI Graphics have a better visula quality? I mean for instance how can i make an ellipse look more accurate than it looks now.

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#2 ·  Posted

Can you please define "look more accurate"? Perhaps a screenshot of a GUI control you would like to emulate...


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26 minutes ago, JLogan3o13 said:

Can you please define "look more accurate"? Perhaps a screenshot of a GUI control you would like to emulate...

EXAMPLE.png

That's what i am talking about. As we can see, the circle in the first image has a lower quality than the cirlce in the second image. And all i want is to get some better visual quality on such type of graphics.

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#4 ·  Posted

@UEZ is the graphics expert, but there are some basic principles to consider. Firstly a bit of background information might help:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image_scaling If an image is embedded on a GUI, then a higher resolution image will produce a better rendering (automatic Windows scaling). If you colourize individual pixels manually, then it's difficult to get the right blending. Remember you are always limited to the pixels available on the screen.

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#5 ·  Posted

Neither with Graphic functions nor with GDI you can smooth the drawn graphics - you have to use GDI+ and set the smoothing for the graphic context.

 

There should plenty of examples either in the help file or here in the forum.

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