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Alpha From PNGs Butchered
I have a pretty vanilla Monogame game. I'm using PNG for all my sprites (made in Photoshop). I noticed that XNA is butchering the aliasing; no matter what I do, my graphics appear jaggedy. Below is a ...
Nov 29 '12 at 21:57
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