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 by   wequick Java Version: android-v1.5.0-beta2 License: Apache-2.0

 by   wequick Java Version: android-v1.5.0-beta2 License: Apache-2.0

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kandi X-RAY | Small Summary

Small is a Java library typically used in Mobile, iOS applications. Small has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. However Small has 29 bugs and it build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
Android API 9(2.3)+ iOS 7.0+.
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  • Small has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 4977 star(s) with 1114 fork(s). There are 290 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 258 open issues and 300 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 100 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of Small is android-v1.5.0-beta2
Small Support
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS
Small Support
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS

quality kandi Quality

  • Small has 29 bugs (9 blocker, 0 critical, 13 major, 7 minor) and 520 code smells.
Small Quality
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS
Small Quality
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS

securitySecurity

  • Small has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • Small code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 43 security hotspots that need review.
Small Security
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS
Small Security
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS

license License

  • Small is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
Small License
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS
Small License
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS

buildReuse

  • Small releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Small has no build file. You will be need to create the build yourself to build the component from source.
  • Small saves you 6881 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 14264 lines of code, 461 functions and 155 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
Small Reuse
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS
Small Reuse
Best in #iOS
Average in #iOS
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed Small and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into Small implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • On create view .
  • Verify the bundle .
  • Merges the resources with the specified assets path .
  • This method is called after a set of APK bundles have been loaded .
  • retrieves the path of the assets in the assets directory
  • Initialize the bundle with the specified map .
  • Initialize meta data .
  • Extract ABI from the ABI
  • Add a menu item .
  • Gets the data - mapper for the given package .

Small Key Features

A small framework to split app into small parts

Creating new variable based on more than one condition

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library(dplyr)
df <- df %>% 
   group_by(ID) %>%
   mutate(code2 = code[type == 'large']) %>%
   ungroup
df
# A tibble: 7 x 4
  ID    type  code    code2  
  <chr> <chr> <chr>   <chr>  
1 A1    small B9      [0,20] 
2 A1    large [0,20]  [0,20] 
3 A2    small B9      [20,40]
4 A2    large [20,40] [20,40]
5 A3    large [0,20]  [0,20] 
6 A4    small B9      [40,60]
7 A4    large [40,60] [40,60]
df <- df %>%
       group_by(ID) %>%
       mutate(code2 = code[match('large', type)]) %>%
       ungroup
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library(dplyr)
df <- df %>% 
   group_by(ID) %>%
   mutate(code2 = code[type == 'large']) %>%
   ungroup
df
# A tibble: 7 x 4
  ID    type  code    code2  
  <chr> <chr> <chr>   <chr>  
1 A1    small B9      [0,20] 
2 A1    large [0,20]  [0,20] 
3 A2    small B9      [20,40]
4 A2    large [20,40] [20,40]
5 A3    large [0,20]  [0,20] 
6 A4    small B9      [40,60]
7 A4    large [40,60] [40,60]
df <- df %>%
       group_by(ID) %>%
       mutate(code2 = code[match('large', type)]) %>%
       ungroup
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library(dplyr)
df <- df %>% 
   group_by(ID) %>%
   mutate(code2 = code[type == 'large']) %>%
   ungroup
df
# A tibble: 7 x 4
  ID    type  code    code2  
  <chr> <chr> <chr>   <chr>  
1 A1    small B9      [0,20] 
2 A1    large [0,20]  [0,20] 
3 A2    small B9      [20,40]
4 A2    large [20,40] [20,40]
5 A3    large [0,20]  [0,20] 
6 A4    small B9      [40,60]
7 A4    large [40,60] [40,60]
df <- df %>%
       group_by(ID) %>%
       mutate(code2 = code[match('large', type)]) %>%
       ungroup
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> setDT(df)[, code2 := code[type == "large"], ID][]
   ID  type    code   code2
1: A1 small      B9  [0,20]
2: A1 large  [0,20]  [0,20]
3: A2 small      B9 [20,40]
4: A2 large [20,40] [20,40]
5: A3 large  [0,20]  [0,20]
6: A4 small      B9 [40,60]
7: A4 large [40,60] [40,60]

Show recipes based on selected ingredients - Google Sheets

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=INDEX(IFERROR(UNIQUE(QUERY({Horizontal!B2:B, 
 FLATTEN(QUERY(TRANSPOSE(Horizontal!C2:P),,9^9))}, 
 "select Col1 where 1=1 and "&
 TEXTJOIN(" or ", 1, IF((J6:J15="")+(J6:J15="-"),,
 "Col2 contains '"&J6:J15&"'")))), "no selection"))

How to write Javascript recipe.components.sort((a, b) =&gt; (a.components ? 1 : 0) - (b.components ? 1 : 0)) in Python?

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components.sort((a, b) => (a ? 1 : 0) - (b ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=bool)
components.sort((a, b) => (a.components ? 1 : 0) - (b.components ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=lambda a: bool(a.components))
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components.sort((a, b) => (a ? 1 : 0) - (b ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=bool)
components.sort((a, b) => (a.components ? 1 : 0) - (b.components ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=lambda a: bool(a.components))
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components.sort((a, b) => (a ? 1 : 0) - (b ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=bool)
components.sort((a, b) => (a.components ? 1 : 0) - (b.components ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=lambda a: bool(a.components))
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components.sort((a, b) => (a ? 1 : 0) - (b ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=bool)
components.sort((a, b) => (a.components ? 1 : 0) - (b.components ? 1 : 0))
components.sort(key=lambda a: bool(a.components))

Is it OK to only use \n?

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let textarea = document.querySelector('textarea');

console.log(textarea.value.split(/\n|\r\n/gi));
<textarea>
Hello
How
Are
You
</textarea>
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let textarea = document.querySelector('textarea');

console.log(textarea.value.split(/\n|\r\n/gi));
<textarea>
Hello
How
Are
You
</textarea>

CSS Clip/Path/Mask/Shape Animation with circle or arc segment

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<svg viewbox="0 0 16 16" width="100px" height="100px" fill="none">

  <circle cx="8" cy="8" r="4" stroke="#000" data-fallback="edge"
    stroke-width="8px"
    transform="rotate(-90, 8, 8)"
    stroke-dasharray="0, 100" >
    
    <animate attributeName="stroke-dasharray"
      dur="2s" to="100,100"
      fill="freeze" />

  </circle>

</svg> 

Python: iterate over unicode characters in string

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string = "\\u05d5\\u05b7\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d3\\u05b7\\u05d1\\u05bc\\u05b5\\u05a3\\u05e8"

splitted = string.split("\\")
targetlist = []
for s in splitted[1:]:
    targetlist.append(f"\\{s}")
print(targetlist)
['\\u05d5', '\\u05b7', '\\u05d9', '\\u05b0', '\\u05d3', '\\u05b7', '\\u05d1', '\\u05bc', '\\u05b5', '\\u05a3', '\\u05e8']
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string = "\\u05d5\\u05b7\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d3\\u05b7\\u05d1\\u05bc\\u05b5\\u05a3\\u05e8"

splitted = string.split("\\")
targetlist = []
for s in splitted[1:]:
    targetlist.append(f"\\{s}")
print(targetlist)
['\\u05d5', '\\u05b7', '\\u05d9', '\\u05b0', '\\u05d3', '\\u05b7', '\\u05d1', '\\u05bc', '\\u05b5', '\\u05a3', '\\u05e8']
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words = [word.encode('utf-8').decode('unicode_escape') for word in verse_unicode.split()]
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words = ['\u05d5\u05b7\u05d9\u05b0\u05d3\u05b7\u05d1\u05bc\u05b5\u05a3\u05e8', '\u05d9\u05b0\u05d4\u05b9\u05d5\u05b8\u0594\u05d4', '\u05d0\u05b6\u05dc\u05be\u05de\u05b9\u05e9\u05c1\u05b6\u05a5\u05d4', '\u05d5\u05b0\u05d0\u05b6\u05bd\u05dc\u05be\u05d0\u05b7\u05d4\u05b2\u05e8\u05b9\u0596\u05df', '\u05dc\u05b5\u05d0\u05de\u05b9\u05bd\u05e8\u05c3']
print(words)
words = ['\\u05d5\\u05b7\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d3\\u05b7\\u05d1\\u05bc\\u05b5\\u05a3\\u05e8', '\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d4\\u05b9\\u05d5\\u05b8\\u0594\\u05d4', '\\u05d0\\u05b6\\u05dc\\u05be\\u05de\\u05b9\\u05e9\\u05c1\\u05b6\\u05a5\\u05d4', '\\u05d5\\u05b0\\u05d0\\u05b6\\u05bd\\u05dc\\u05be\\u05d0\\u05b7\\u05d4\\u05b2\\u05e8\\u05b9\\u0596\\u05df', '\\u05dc\\u05b5\\u05d0\\u05de\\u05b9\\u05bd\\u05e8\\u05c3']
words = [word.encode('ascii').decode('unicode_escape') for word in words]
print(words)
['וַיְדַבֵּ֣ר', 'יְהֹוָ֔ה', 'אֶל־מֹשֶׁ֥ה', 'וְאֶֽל־אַהֲרֹ֖ן', 'לֵאמֹֽר׃']
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words = ['\u05d5\u05b7\u05d9\u05b0\u05d3\u05b7\u05d1\u05bc\u05b5\u05a3\u05e8', '\u05d9\u05b0\u05d4\u05b9\u05d5\u05b8\u0594\u05d4', '\u05d0\u05b6\u05dc\u05be\u05de\u05b9\u05e9\u05c1\u05b6\u05a5\u05d4', '\u05d5\u05b0\u05d0\u05b6\u05bd\u05dc\u05be\u05d0\u05b7\u05d4\u05b2\u05e8\u05b9\u0596\u05df', '\u05dc\u05b5\u05d0\u05de\u05b9\u05bd\u05e8\u05c3']
print(words)
words = ['\\u05d5\\u05b7\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d3\\u05b7\\u05d1\\u05bc\\u05b5\\u05a3\\u05e8', '\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d4\\u05b9\\u05d5\\u05b8\\u0594\\u05d4', '\\u05d0\\u05b6\\u05dc\\u05be\\u05de\\u05b9\\u05e9\\u05c1\\u05b6\\u05a5\\u05d4', '\\u05d5\\u05b0\\u05d0\\u05b6\\u05bd\\u05dc\\u05be\\u05d0\\u05b7\\u05d4\\u05b2\\u05e8\\u05b9\\u0596\\u05df', '\\u05dc\\u05b5\\u05d0\\u05de\\u05b9\\u05bd\\u05e8\\u05c3']
words = [word.encode('ascii').decode('unicode_escape') for word in words]
print(words)
['וַיְדַבֵּ֣ר', 'יְהֹוָ֔ה', 'אֶל־מֹשֶׁ֥ה', 'וְאֶֽל־אַהֲרֹ֖ן', 'לֵאמֹֽר׃']
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words = ['\u05d5\u05b7\u05d9\u05b0\u05d3\u05b7\u05d1\u05bc\u05b5\u05a3\u05e8', '\u05d9\u05b0\u05d4\u05b9\u05d5\u05b8\u0594\u05d4', '\u05d0\u05b6\u05dc\u05be\u05de\u05b9\u05e9\u05c1\u05b6\u05a5\u05d4', '\u05d5\u05b0\u05d0\u05b6\u05bd\u05dc\u05be\u05d0\u05b7\u05d4\u05b2\u05e8\u05b9\u0596\u05df', '\u05dc\u05b5\u05d0\u05de\u05b9\u05bd\u05e8\u05c3']
print(words)
words = ['\\u05d5\\u05b7\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d3\\u05b7\\u05d1\\u05bc\\u05b5\\u05a3\\u05e8', '\\u05d9\\u05b0\\u05d4\\u05b9\\u05d5\\u05b8\\u0594\\u05d4', '\\u05d0\\u05b6\\u05dc\\u05be\\u05de\\u05b9\\u05e9\\u05c1\\u05b6\\u05a5\\u05d4', '\\u05d5\\u05b0\\u05d0\\u05b6\\u05bd\\u05dc\\u05be\\u05d0\\u05b7\\u05d4\\u05b2\\u05e8\\u05b9\\u0596\\u05df', '\\u05dc\\u05b5\\u05d0\\u05de\\u05b9\\u05bd\\u05e8\\u05c3']
words = [word.encode('ascii').decode('unicode_escape') for word in words]
print(words)
['וַיְדַבֵּ֣ר', 'יְהֹוָ֔ה', 'אֶל־מֹשֶׁ֥ה', 'וְאֶֽל־אַהֲרֹ֖ן', 'לֵאמֹֽר׃']

Logistic regression - create new variable using others (SAS)

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x4 = (x1) + (x2 * 2) + (x3 * 4);
0 = (0,0,0)
1 = (1,0,0)
2 = (0,1,0)
3 = (1,1,0)
4 = (0,0,1)
5 = (1,0,1)
6 = (0,1,1)
7 = (1,1,1)
x4 = (x1) + (x2 * 3) + (x3 * 9);
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x4 = (x1) + (x2 * 2) + (x3 * 4);
0 = (0,0,0)
1 = (1,0,0)
2 = (0,1,0)
3 = (1,1,0)
4 = (0,0,1)
5 = (1,0,1)
6 = (0,1,1)
7 = (1,1,1)
x4 = (x1) + (x2 * 3) + (x3 * 9);
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x4 = (x1) + (x2 * 2) + (x3 * 4);
0 = (0,0,0)
1 = (1,0,0)
2 = (0,1,0)
3 = (1,1,0)
4 = (0,0,1)
5 = (1,0,1)
6 = (0,1,1)
7 = (1,1,1)
x4 = (x1) + (x2 * 3) + (x3 * 9);

How to import packages in python using __init__.py

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    import sys
    sys.path.insert(0, "../package")

    import code
import sys
sys.path.insert(0, "..")

import package
notebooks/
    package/
        __init__.py
        code.py
    testing.ipynb
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    import sys
    sys.path.insert(0, "../package")

    import code
import sys
sys.path.insert(0, "..")

import package
notebooks/
    package/
        __init__.py
        code.py
    testing.ipynb
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    import sys
    sys.path.insert(0, "../package")

    import code
import sys
sys.path.insert(0, "..")

import package
notebooks/
    package/
        __init__.py
        code.py
    testing.ipynb

How can add a Row dynamically in flutter?

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      return Container(
      padding: EdgeInsets.all(16.0),
      width: 100.0.w,
        child: Center(
          child: Wrap(
            spacing: 10.0,
            runSpacing: 10.0,
            direction: Axis.horizontal,
            crossAxisAlignment: WrapCrossAlignment.center,
            children:iconos, //LIST OF ITEMS
          ),
        ),
  );

custom valueboxes in R Shiny are compressed with large white spaces in between them

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mainPanel(
      fluidRow(
      tags$style(red_box_format),
      valueBoxOutput("total_perfect"),
      valueBoxOutput("total_fails")
    ))
valueBox(value = tags$p(num_100s, style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF;"),
               subtitle = tags$p("Number of Perfect Scores", style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF;"))
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mainPanel(
      fluidRow(
      tags$style(red_box_format),
      valueBoxOutput("total_perfect"),
      valueBoxOutput("total_fails")
    ))
valueBox(value = tags$p(num_100s, style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF;"),
               subtitle = tags$p("Number of Perfect Scores", style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF;"))
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library(shinydashboard)
library(shiny)
library(dplyr)

navy_inner_box <- "#total_fails .inner{ background-color: navy};"
yellow_inner_box <- "#total_perfect .inner , p , h3 { background-color: yellow};"


ui <- fluidPage(
    
    sidebarLayout(
        sidebarPanel(
            textInput(inputId = "greeting",
                      label = "Say hi!"),
            actionButton(inputId = "submit", 
                         label = "Submit")
            
        ),
        mainPanel(
            fluidRow(
                tags$style(yellow_inner_box),
                tags$style(navy_inner_box),
                valueBoxOutput("total_perfect"),
                valueBoxOutput("total_fails")
            ))
    ))
server <- function(input, output) {
    
    data <- tibble(name = c("Justin", "Corey", "Sibley"),
                   grade = c(50, 100, 100))
    
    
    output$total_perfect <- renderValueBox({
        shiny::req(input$greeting)
        shiny::req(input$submit)
        if(input$greeting == "hi!") {
            num_100s <- data %>% filter(grade == 100) %>% nrow()
            valueBox(value = tags$p(num_100s, style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF; background-color: red"),
                     subtitle = tags$p("Number of Perfect Scores", style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF; background-color: red"))        }
    })
    
    output$total_fails <- renderValueBox({
        shiny::req(input$greeting)
        shiny::req(input$submit)
        if(input$greeting == "hi!") {
            num_50s <- data %>% filter(grade == 50) %>% nrow()
            valueBox(value = tags$p(num_50s, style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF; background-color: navy"),
                     subtitle = tags$p("Number of Total Failures", style = "text-align:center;color: #FFFFFF; background-color: navy"))}
    })
    
}
shinyApp(ui, server)

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on Small
  • Magnification Windows API - How to add Smoothing/Anti Aliasing
  • Creating new variable based on more than one condition
  • Show recipes based on selected ingredients - Google Sheets
  • How to write Javascript recipe.components.sort((a, b) =&gt; (a.components ? 1 : 0) - (b.components ? 1 : 0)) in Python?
  • Is it OK to only use \n?
  • CSS Clip/Path/Mask/Shape Animation with circle or arc segment
  • Python: iterate over unicode characters in string
  • Error handling in SpringBoot kafka in Batch mode
  • Logistic regression - create new variable using others (SAS)
  • How to import packages in python using __init__.py
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QUESTION

Magnification Windows API - How to add Smoothing/Anti Aliasing

Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 20:44

Context

Since Windows 10 version 2004 update, the Magnifier windows application was updated. And as with every update, there are some issues with it.

Since those issues might take a long time to fix, I've decided to implement my own small project full screen magnifier.

I've been developing in c#, .Net 4.6 using the Magnification API from windows magnification.dll . All went good and well, and the main functionality is now implemented. One thing is missing though, a smoothing Mode for pixelated content... Windows Magnifier implements an anti aliasing/ smoothing to the Zoomed in content.

I've checked and the Magnification API, doesn't seem to provide that option.

how do i add smoothing mode to magnifier on windows magnification API?

I'm aware of pixel smoothing methods, but not familiar with win32 API to know where to hook the smoothing method to, before the screen refreshes.

EDIT:

Thanks to @IInspectable answer, after a small search i found this call to the Magnification API in a python project.

Based on that, I wrote this snippet in my C# application , and it works as intended!

[DllImport("Magnification.dll")]
private static extern bool MagSetFullscreenUseBitmapSmoothing(bool useSmoothing);

...

var isMagnifierInitialized = MagInitialize();
var isSmoothingActive = MagSetFullscreenUseBitmapSmoothing(true);

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:03

There is no public interface in the Magnification API that allows clients to apply filtering (other than color transforms). This used to be possible, but the MagSetImageScalingCallback API was deprecated in Windows 7:

This function works only when Desktop Window Manager (DWM) is off.

Even if it is still available, it will no longer work as designed. From Desktop Window Manager is always on:

In Windows 8, Desktop Window Manager (DWM) is always ON and cannot be disabled by end users and apps.

With that, you're pretty much out of luck trying to replicate the results of the Magnifier application's upscaler using the Magnification API.


The Magnifier application appears to be using undocumented API calls to accomplish the upscaling effects. Running dumpbin /IMPORTS magnify.exe | findstr "Mag" lists some of the public APIs, as well as the following:

  • MagSetLensUseBitmapSmoothing
  • MagSetFullscreenUseBitmapSmoothing

Unless you are willing to reverse-engineer those API calls, you're going to have to spend your time on another project, or look into a different solution.


A note on the upscaling algorithm: If you look closely you'll notice that the upscaled image doesn't exhibit any of the artifacts associated with smoothing algorithms.

Upscaled image

The image isn't blurred in any way. Instead, it shows sharp edges everywhere. I don't know what upscaling algorithm is at work here. Wikipedia's entry on Pixel-art scaling algorithms lists some that have very similar properties. It might well be one of those, or a modified version thereof.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67988506

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