The latest update of Papyrus AFP Viewer Freeware, 7.2 (build number 188.8.131.5282) has been released and is now available for download from the ISIS Papyrus website.
This version contains the following new feature:
The new Antialiasing button in the View toolbar helps to correct display inaccuracies that may occur either with neighboring areas with shaded or colored background or with lines of minor thickness. These display inaccuracies depend on the used zoom factor. By default, antialiasing is activated.By activating or deactivating the Antialiasing button you can avoid these effects. Depending on the use case, decide for each document separately, if antialiasing should be activated or not.
Use case 1
In case neighboring areas with shaded or colored background are combined together to form a compound area, lines in a lighter color may appear between these assembled areas.
To avoid this effect, deactivate antialiasing, which is activated by default:
Use case 2
If you observe that lines of minor line thickness look as if they have varying thicknesses, although they are all defined with exactly the same thickness, activate antialiasing. This might help to correct the display inaccuracies: