11 Replies Latest reply on Sep 14, 2018 2:43 PM by Matt Peneguy

    How to increase "on screen" resolution of drawings when zoomed out?

    Weston Skye

      Is there a way to increase the "on screen" resolution of drawings? i.e. when zoomed out somewhat, the text and lines on the drawing are not legible. I am sure that you all have experienced and put up with this. The image below illustrates what I mean. This screenshot was taken at the "zoom to fit" level with a 24" 1080p monitor. It is impossible to view the entire page without first exporting to a .pdf or something. Is this just a limitation of vector-based rendering that cannot be overcome?

       

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      These are the relevant settings that I have tried under Options:

       

      - System Options:

           - Drawings - Display Style

                - Edge quality for wireframe and hidden views: high quality

                - Edge quality for shaded edge views: high quality

           - Display

                - Anti-aliasing: Anti-alias edges/sketches only

           - Performance

                - Curvature generation - level of detail: biased towards "More (slower)"

      - Document Properties:

           - Image Quality

                - Shaded and draft quality HLR/HLV resolution: biased towards "High (slower)"; Deviation 0.00807 in

                - "Optimize edge length (higher quality, but slower)" is checked

           - Wireframe and high quality HLR/HLV resolution

                - Slider biased towards "High (slower)"

                - "Precisely render overlapping geometry (higher quality, but slower)" is checked

                - "Improve curve quality at higher settings" is checked

       

      Thanks!