One thing you might try...by (Login qb432l)
In this example, the antialiasing color should be R:128,G:128,B:128 -- in other words, a medium gray, since the foreground is white and the background is black. Do some simple experiments with just that part of your code that determines the average color.
Try it out with different foreground/background colors where you know in advance what the answer should be, for example, if you had used the red background, the antialiasing color should have been R:192,G:128,B:128.
That's the way I'd proceed, anyway.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|This is what I have so far||on Jul 19|
|*Hey, not bad -- and the red line works well, too! :-)||on Jul 19|
|I made it even better||on Jul 20|
|*Yeah -- definitely a speed improvement. Nice going.||on Jul 20|