Consider the following `Graph`

as an example:

```
Graph(
{"Square"->"Rectangle","Rectangle"->"Parallelogram","Parallelogram"->"Four-Sided Polygon","Trapezoid"->"Four-Sided Polygon","Rectangle"->"Trapezoid","Four-Sided Polygon"->"Polygon","Polygon"->"Shape","Circle"->"Ellipsoid","Ellipsoid"->"Shape","Triangle"->"Polygon","Equilateral Triangle"->"Isosceles Triangle","Isosceles Triangle"->"Triangle"},
PlotTheme->"DiagramGreen",
VertexSize->{.4,.15},
VertexLabelStyle->Directive(FontFamily->"Arial",FontSize->14),
AspectRatio->1.5,
ImageSize->Large
)
```

The image is clear and sharp (or at least bearable) in the local notebook.

But if I post it in the cloud and look at it there, it is of poor quality.

It may not look so bad in this simple diagram, but for a more complex diagram with many branches, the vertices are small and become illegible and the diagonal or curved edges break (aliasing).

In addition, the case becomes severe if I am trying to convey information using a vertex-shaped function with different types of dotted edges (it becomes difficult to distinguish with the aliasing that occurs in the cloud):

```
VertexShapeFunction->(Inset(Framed(#2,
Background->...change based on #2 ...,
FrameStyle->Directive(...change based on #2 to {Black,Dotted}, {Black,DotDashed} or {Black,Dashed}...)
),#1)&)
```

Finally, what happens to the hyperlinks in the vertices of the `Graph`

in the notebook posted in the cloud, they just don't want to work!

```
Graph(
{"Square"->"Rectangle","Rectangle"->"Parallelogram","Parallelogram"->"Four-Sided Polygon","Trapezoid"->"Four-Sided Polygon","Rectangle"->"Trapezoid","Four-Sided Polygon"->"Polygon","Polygon"->"Shape","Circle"->"Ellipsoid","Ellipsoid"->"Shape","Triangle"->"Polygon","Equilateral Triangle"->"Isosceles Triangle","Isosceles Triangle"->"Triangle"}/.{
"Rectangle"->Hyperlink("Rectangle","https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rectangle")
},
PlotTheme->"DiagramGreen",
VertexSize->{.4,.15},
VertexLabelStyle->Directive(FontFamily->"Arial",FontSize->14),
AspectRatio->1.5,
ImageSize->Large
)
```