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  1. Hi, I've just installed CMBN 4.02 on my new-ish Win 10 PC with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660. I'm running it in "Desktop" resolution, which should be 3840 x 2160 - any other choice in the Options menu produces an incorrect aspect ratio for the whole game. There appears to be no antialiasing - smaller text is hardly legible, UI looks ugly and the 3D scene is not antialiased either. Since I don't really understand this stuff, in the end I copied Ken's video settings (shared in IanL's FAQ thread - thanks for compiling this!), but it didn't solve the issue. No tinkering with the NVidia control panel's antialiasing settings did. (Notes: I have antialiasing set on in the Options; I tried to set that off, too - no effect; other resolutions produce those bad aspect ratios but are not antialiased either). Amazingly, when I took a screeenshot to document the problem (with Fraps in the game and both with Fraps and printscreen in the menu), I got a perfect picture with everything antialiased and all text legible. Interestingly the image produced was 2560 x 1140, so that's probably the resolution I'm actually running. It could also look this good precisely because it was downsampled, but I still think it looked too good for that. Anyway. Has anyone encountered this before/know a fix? Thanks! - Drifter
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