I have a scene with a lot of thin lines, so I want to have AA enabled.
It works great in the editor but when I try to build to a webplayer the AA doesn't work.
I have changed the quality settings for the webplayer, standalone and editor to point to the same quality (Fantastic).
It's odd too, because it does work perfectly when building a standalone.
I am not using any full screen shaders, and I am using Unity 2.6 (indie/free).
Any help appreciated,
Answer by Nkunleashed
May 16, 2011 at 12:35 PM
I'm having the same issue, but only in safari. I tested in firefox and the quality settings were working fine, but the anti aliasing in safari is not working. Help!
I meant to post this as a comment, but since I 'answered', my answer is to use Firefox instead of IE, Chrome, or Safari.
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