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antialiasing problem

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elix
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I am working on netbeans.I needed antialiasing on images and saw that "antialias" attribute of ImageView doesn't work.
In this address it says there is a bug about antialias in javafx http://coffeejolts.com/site/2007/06/antialias-bug-in-javafx.html .First I thought I found the solution but it didn't work. When I use webstart it worked but when I ran the same code within netbeans it didn't work. I thought it is because of the library, I changed javafxrt.jar used by netbeans with the one used in this clock example and it worked out. I checked out if there is a javafx plug-in update but there wasn't. I manually changed javafxrt.jar at "C:\Program Files\NetBeans 6.0\javafx\modules\ext\javafx" but then when I run netbeans ram usage reaches up to 249mb and javafx codes doesn't work. What can I do now? :)

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elix
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The problem seems bigger for me now. I thought I can work on the project without antialiasing and at the end I could change the library(javafxrt.jar) with the one that works correct but I found that the one in which antialiasing works correct is an older version and it has more serious bugs about bindings. I tried compiled javafx script and it worked out correctly. I see in some posts it is recommended moving from interpreted version to compiled version. Does it mean the interpreted version will not be updated and bugs such as this one will not be fixed?

Another note; even when antialiasing works, it doesn't work for all images. I think that's something related to properties of images so I didn't mention it before but if you know what is it about please inform me.

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