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Here's a screenshot that shows the sprite in-game VS actual image(in 100% size): We've tried changing the renderer as suggested here but it got even blurrier: I'm veeerrryy particular about sharpness and image quality, so I'm really upset that my sprites are coming out all blurry. ANY help or advice will be greatly appreciated. Alternatively, if you're not sure what's the problem either but don't mind helping, I can send you a sample .png sprite to test on your end to see if it's still blurry. THANK YOU <3
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I'm guessing your sprites are the correct size for the game and that you've tried deleting persistent and so on so I'm not sure how to help since deleting persistent several times worked for me.
I would be willing to try it out on my end though, if you think it would offer helpful info.
Does it only happen with the side image or with the others as well?
(if it's of any consolation, I think it still looks lovely and wouldn't mind playing as-is.)
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One of our writers tried again, this time on her desktop instead of her laptop, and somehow it stopped being blurry. We still have no idea what's the problem but so glad it's fine now. Might have something to do with monitor resolution like @nyaatrap mentioned. Oh and answering @ThePirate, it happened with all sprites, not just the side sprite O___Q For now we're ok but if the sprites start becoming blurry again I'll be back o<-<
image IMAGE_NAME = im.MatrixColor( "image file location",
where c must be bigger than 0, if you want the contrast to be higher than original image , it should be more than value of 1.
but if it is as what nyaatrap said, then there is no way you can make the sprite to look prefect, as some playes will have monitor with poor resampling , and the spite will still look blur for them.
1. Find the renpy application in the folder it's located in.
2. Right click and click on properties
3. Go to the compatibility tab
4. check "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings"
5. Run Renpy
See if that fixes it on the computer. It won't effect how it's run on other computer's unfortunately, but hopefully that will fix yours.
@yoshibb: That sounds like it might work O_O I'll go let the writers know, TY <3