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Streamline I used to have a setting in streamline that after converting my images, i would get curvier lines instead of jagged edges. Is there a setting i could change to that would permit this conversion?

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Hi this is not a solution - just a comment...
are you using Ilustrator? if so there is a function called live trace that does much the same

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