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

Question asked by Weston Skye on Sep 14, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 11, 2019 by Matt Peneguy

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!

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