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After updating mathematica from version 12.0 to 12.1.1,I noticed that 3D graphics change their boldness while being rotated.Is there a way to turn this off?It becomes annoying.Below are the attached pictures.First screenshot is taken before rotating with mouse.Notice the boldness.Second screenshot is taken while rotating with mouse.Notice the absence of boldness

Before Rotating

While Rotating

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    $\begingroup$ think the difference is a result of lower quality graphics being displayed during interaction with the mouse. $\endgroup$ – m_goldberg Jul 12 at 16:05
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Changing the "3DRenderingEngine" from Automatic to "Mesa" has fixed the problem.I believe the problem arises due to lack of support of Direct3D 11 on my old 2006 era machine.Quick look at the wolfram website shows that mathematica 12.1 uses Direct3D 11.

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