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  1. Lazarus

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    I was on a site and it had some pictures and I noticed when I touch the screen to move around on the browser the pictures get sharper and when I release they get a little fuzzier. Does anyone know why? I would like for them to be sharp all the time.
     

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    What browser do you use?
     
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    The stock one.
     
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    I have the same thing happen, although, if I zoom in the picture will then become clear.
     
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    Its called anti-aliasing. It smooths all the edges so it looks more aesthetically pleasing, especially since the Eris has a fairly low res screen. It helps make fonts more readable at different zoom levels. When you move it, in order to keep performance up, it stops anti-aliasing until you stop scrolling.

    My old camera does the same thing when you scroll through images.
     

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