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I'm a novice when it comes to design, but familiar with Photoshop as a tool for post-processing photos. Yesterday I worked out how to create segmented pie graphs to use as sensor panel gauges, which I'm quite pleased about.

However, at 300dpi, a circle diameter of 400px cut into eight slices, the edges are quite pixelated. I've also tried adding a 'stroke', but it's still not very smooth.

So I'm hoping for some tips to achieve a better result. Or is this something that Photoshop is not able to do, since it's not really intended as a graphic design tool? pie.png.7265a1a128152963d0c5368293417851.png

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on a display with a resolution of 400 pixels, it will look quite normal, although of course if you draw with vector graphics, for example Corel, the pixels will not be so torn, but they will still be... I prefer Corel Draw because I used to work on a plotter, every program has its advantages...


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