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Ask a Question / How can I get my graphics nice and crisp?
« on: October 27, 2015, 05:30:36 am »
Hey all,

I've created assets for my game in Adobe Illustrator, and saved them as PNGs. The original files look fine, but in Stencyl they look a bit fuzzy and some of the shapes have a thin black outline, almost like a shadow. The curved corners of the squares, and the circles, in particular look bad.

Any ideas how I might tidy this up? Different file format perhaps? Or is there a setting in Stencyl I should try?


ps. I noticed someone else had a similar issue earlier this year that wasn't resolved:

Old Bugs (1.x/2.x) / Inconsistent Sensor-Collision Error
« on: September 07, 2011, 03:34:51 pm »
I'm using actors with 'is a sensor' enabled in their collision to create buttons that the player can move passed. That is, to register the player moving passed, but not actually blocking the player as a wall might do.

It seemed to be working fine, but for some reason in some scenes the player can 'walk through' the actor as I'd expect, but in others the player collides as if 'is a sensor' wasn't enabled. The actor is the same in all scenes, however.

Is anyone else getting this issue?/Have I misinterpreted what 'is a sensor' does in some way?

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