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By default, FlightGear will not use anti-aliasing during the simulation. This results in incorrect rendering of sharp straight lines and very small pbjects. In order to correct this, you can apply the anti-aliasing function.


Left: Anti-aliasing disabled

Right: Anti-aliasing enabled

Anti-aliasing disabled Anti-aliasing enabled

How to set anti-aliasing

Command line

When starting FlightGear using the command line, add the following two commands:




Setting anti-aliasing in FGrun
When you use FGrun, add these commands under Advanced... > Properties.


If preferred, you can choose another value for the number of samples. The number has to be greater than 1. The greater the number of samples, the greater will be a possible drop in framerate (frames per second).

Credits: Thanks to fredb for publishing this information in the FlightGear forum.