Gui antialiasing problem

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    I played just a little bit with the MP2 settings and found a problem when changing the GUI antialiasing from "non" to another value. Sometimes MP2 freezes then. In other cases the menue symbols overlap the rounded edges (see screenshot).



    OS: Windows 8.1 with latest ATI garphic drivers
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    Oh...

    I hoped there aren't issues with this feature anymore, but it seems not to be true. I just changed to AA mode and rendering "stopped" (you still hear button focus "clicks" though). After close and restart AA works correctly.

    The other issue in your screenshot is that the opacity mask doesn't work. I thought that it was fixed and / or only applies for certain chipsets/drivers. I have no idea how to fix this, I even thought about disabling multisample-AA and add postprocessing AA later.
     
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