Thanks for the suggestion. In this particular fractal the thin lines are especially a problem which is due to thickness variable on glynsimm3 not working right on the version of apo I was using. I think erelex used apojk when doing this plugin so I will try that to see if the thickness works there. One pixel thick lines are very often hard to rid of that pixel look. Overlaying it with a thin julian ring might also do the trick. Might be worth going back and refinning that.
I promiss I will get to rendering in chaotica, Designing has always been my favorite part of fractal art so I am just now enjoying that for a little longer before I think about other technicalities. I am also organizing my humble plugin projects and getting devC++ installed again and trying to remember what I had already learned about that. Chaotica is on my list.
cory, i'll so gladly work with you (email?) to get this going. i've been making so many changes to chaotica's editor recently, and it's really getting going; eventually (soon) i would greatly value your feedback on its usability! thanks again for your consideration
Thanks Pillemaster, I feel like I'm slowly getting back in the hang of using apophysis. Getting away from it for short periods can sometimes be helpfull but not if it is too long which is what I am realizing now.