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This issue appears to be fixed in version 10.1


While this works fine in version 9, in version 10.0 the Antialiasing setting has no visible effect any more

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I'm here on Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit with Gnome 3.4.2 and an NVidia GeForce GTX 590 with NVidia driver.

Do others experience this and is there any known solution to the problem?

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There is a visible change for me when I move the slider. Bodhi 2.4.0 x64, Radeon HD 3650. –  mfvonh Jul 20 '14 at 1:24
    
Given the flashing problem you also reported: which graphics card driver version are you using, and is it the latest? –  Oleksandr R. Jul 20 '14 at 2:17
    
@OleksandrR. Currently updating to the latest. I wasn't thinking of this because in all other Mathematica versions and in the beta it worked. –  halirutan Jul 20 '14 at 2:25
    
Perhaps they linked against a different library version in the final build that introduced this problem. But this is sheer guesswork. If the problem persists despite the update I suppose you'll have to report it as a bug. –  Oleksandr R. Jul 20 '14 at 2:28
    
@OleksandrR. No, nothing changed with the latest driver. I have reported this to wolfram, but I always dislike sending them screencasts, images etc. Therefore, I regularly post the issue here and link in my bugreport to this site. Btw, do I have to mention that all the issues were introduced in the final release version of 10? –  halirutan Jul 20 '14 at 8:22

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This appears fixed as of Mathematica 10.1.0, at least on my 32 bit Linux with NVidia Geforce GTX 750 Ti and binary driver 340.46, where the bug does reproduce with Mathematica 10.0.0.

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Yep, seems to be fixed. –  halirutan May 16 at 8:23

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