DiM wrote:cairnswk wrote:DiM wrote:cairnswk wrote:Apparently from what i've just found out, my version Coreldraw X4 doesn't have object hinting as a feature, but X5 does.
Anyone got an extra $300 they want to part with to fix the export issue here because unfortunately i don't have it.
So it will have to remain an issue and proceed without it.
simply zoom in at a pixel level and move your boxes until they're perfectly aligned.
and i am sorry Dim, but i have already done that with the griding suggested by natty.
object hinting does fix the problem for straight lines only, but i am not going to spend any more time trying to fix some small blurry lines that probably won't even be noticed simply because my software doesn't have a facility that is more modern.
You'll just have to get over it.
no cairns i won't have to get over it.
it's written clearly in the rules that pixelation/blur is unacceptable. just because you haven't found a solution is not a reason to ignore the rules.
not only will this set a bad precedent but it will also give a crappy lesson to all new map makers who are supposed to look at the veterans and learn.
what would the lesson be here? if you can't do something just ignore the rules and tell people to get over it?
most likely new mapmakers wouldn't even find this issue you're on about, since if my maps are so unpopular as you pronounce, they wouldn't come in here to look for "issues"
i will ignore the rules when the rules don't provide for situations such as this, where i have made an attempt to correct the issue, but the problem remains in the translation in the software.
as i said get over it, and move on, but most likely you'll not move on, I seem to really bug you, dim don't i.
Because you can't stand to lose an argument.
you know that every map is not perfect, even your own pieces of tripe that you roll out.
as i said got over and move on.
btw, you are now on ignore foe, so please don't bother posting as i won't be reading them.