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VML Anti-aliasing woes

Hi guys,

I am having problems with VML. I had been working on a problem for
sometime now, and I just recently discovered what the problem really
was: VML was anti-aliasing my rectangles, but I didn't want it too. So
I added the following attribute to my rectangles which solved the
problem somewhat:
antialias: false;
On my monitor, the rectangles are drawn properly now, without
anti-aliasing. However, when I print it to a printer, the
anti-aliasing is turned back on somehow.. argh... :(

Is there some way to turn off anti-aliasing when it prints to a
printer? It's the most annoying thing because adding the antialias
attribute really should of fixed the problem, but it didn't.

I would really appreciate any help on this. If you would like any more
info or screenshots, just say so.

Jason A.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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