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Is there a way to make stuff drawn with _draw() (circles, lines, etc...) anti-aliased?

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AFAIK, there's no way with godot 2.1.x

with a shader, maybe?

Not even with a shader.

What I did once with particles, is to put them on another viewport and apply a shader on the sprite that used it as texture, that may work with custom drawing too.

If you are going to use a render-to-texture, you could render whatever you want in a texture twice as big, and then draw it at half the size, which will replicate anti-aliasing by drawing subpixels (in a naive way though^^)

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