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I am not a Rembrandt user so I don't know about the anti-aliasing, but did you give ALS a chance? I find it vastly superior visually speaking and much less of a CPU hog.

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Hi Mika,

 

It's great that Rembrandt is working for you then. As for the anti-aliasing, I found this on the wiki:

 

"Anti-aliasing does not work with Rembrandt enabled due to GLSL limitations, but some graphics cards have hardware anti-aliasing which may work."

 

I also noticed that the textures in a lot of (and perhaps all) Rembrandt screenshots show inferior textures to the ALS regional textures, aren't they available on Rembrandt? For instance, the first two screenshots below are from Barcelona and Rio de Janeiro and show local textures; the third show some industry textures on the main European scenery (Germany for instance), do you see these on Rembrandt?

 

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ALS has better textures and antialiasing. But I love the shadows and ambient occlusion. Both together would be awesome and I can't believe that should be a glsl restriction.

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On Windows I can get Rembrandt and FXAA which looks awesome. Anyone managed that on Linux? I've tried application profile in nvidia-settings but no luck so far.

Thanks

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