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  1. Minecraft (Bedrock codebase)
  2. MCPE-120532

Minimizing Minecraft disables anti-aliasing on RenderDragon platforms


    • Confirmed
    • Windows
    • 488487

      When minimizing the Minecraft window on Windows 10, anti-aliasing will be disabled temporarily upon bringing the window back up. Adjusting the anti-aliasing slider in settings will re-enable it.

      Steps to reproduce:
      -Enable anti-aliasing in video settings (preferrably x16 for a more noticeable difference)
      -Minimize the Minecraft window (minus symbol on the top right corner)
      -Bring the Minecraft window back up.

      Expected results:
      Anti-aliasing remains active, providing a more visually pleasing experience.

      Actual results:
      Anti-aliasing disables, leaving edges looking rough.

      Refer to the attached images for a visual representation. There is no difference between anti-aliasing set to x1 and anti-aliasing set to x16 after minimizing the game window.

        1. AAx1 full.png
          AAx1 full.png
          1.87 MB
        2. AAx16 not minimized full.png
          AAx16 not minimized full.png
          2.13 MB
        3. AAx16 minimized full.png
          AAx16 minimized full.png
          1.88 MB
        4. AAx16 minimized.png
          AAx16 minimized.png
          42 kB
        5. AAx1.png
          42 kB
        6. aa16.png
          53 kB

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