Yet the example texture used in my previous post had nasty pixelization along the diagonal black lines:
I can improve this just by editing the source image in a paint program:
Compare these two versions at original size:
Simple moral of this story: high quality antialiased textures are better than crappy ones with aliasing problems :-)
Alternative moral for those who find themselves suspicious of oversimplification: if you find yourself with the occasional texture that just won't stop aliasing no matter what you do, consider applying a blur to the relevant source images. Blurring removes high frequency data, which shifts the Nyquist threshold, which may be enough to fix the aliasing. This can obviously be taken too far (it's no good if we fix aliasing by making everything blurry!) but the occasional subtle blur, judiciously applied, can be a valuable weapon in the antialiasing arsenal.