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Here's a white ball with smoothing on on construct 2:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nDYvq ... wEh3AWeYkT
See how smooth and fadey?
Here's the same thing in construct 3
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AW9Vb ... 4w_y9OihLF
It's more solid and dithered. Like I'm running in Windows 95 mode or something.
It's all rough around the edges:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1u2ccD ... NJ8xuUhFbZ
What's going on?
And can I export a c3 game to c2 if I can't figure out how to get the colors to not look like it's 1992?
Did you draw the image each time or is it based on importing a C2 project to C3? Either way I think you should file a bug on the tracker following all the guidelines.
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OK . No this is just clicking with a pure white brush in the sprite editor for each. No importing or anything.
I tried making a white ball in construct 2 and imported it into construct 3 and same effect. ball is different in c3 with definite "edge"