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I've read several similar questions but they keep leading back to eventually becoming raster images, in which case the aliasing makes sense. However I haven't quite figured out why an image made entirely in Illustrator with vector objects would display with what appears to me like an aliased line on the bezier curve like my little example shows below.
So as in the example, if that's a vector ellipse with a stroke, can someone please enlighten me as to why that aliasing appears so dominantly on the Top/Bottom/Left/Right edges (EXAMPLE: RED ARROW) of that vector ellipse to make it appear all jagged on the four sides....EXCEPT while around the rest of the ellipse it appears as a clean & smooth line (EXAMPLE: GREEN ARROW)?
Also, and more importantly, how do I fix it so that the entire ellipses stroke appears as the same uniformed clean & smooth line all the way around the ellipse on both the artboard, and any exported RGB vector graphic types?