This is a resolution issue. I have been working to try an duplicate it, but I haven't been able to. My view ports seem to have endless zooming without loss of clarity.
I'm sorry I cant help here.
In view of the higher hardware configuration that SolidWorks need, there is difference between different computer.
The 2nd picture is zoomed in based on the 1st picture, not the capture in SolidWorks, in order to make the problem clear.
It is not an important problem, but it always has a big problem behind every little one, if we want to make the MBD universal, every little problem should not be ignored.
Are you saying that the second image is a jpg of the first?
The difference in computers shouldn't be a resolution issue unless someone is using a really old computer. What should be viewed and used is the 3D Enabled PDF which can zoom infinitely.
I totally agree that all issues should be brought forward, but we also have to be sure the proper tool(s) are being used properly.
Yes, the second image is a zoom in version of the first.
And you are right i could use a proper tool(s), thank you caesy, you are a kind and warmly parter in MBD group.
I have made a further test:
1.) normal scale captured image in SolidWorks;
We could see the display quality issue as the arrows show;
2.) zoom in captured image in SolidWorks;
We could see the small line inside the dimention triangle(i think the display method is not perfect);
3.)zoom in captured image in 3D-PDF;
We could see the perfect dimention arrow in 3D-PDF files(as casey said: 3D Enabled PDF which can zoom infinitely)
***(normal scale captured image in SolidWorks)
***(zoom in captured image in SolidWorks)
***(zoom in captured image in 3D-PDF)