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anti-aliasing, recent viewers, GTX260, no driver control


Jonna Korhonen
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Greetings Peeps.

A while ago I discovered I can control anti-aliasing though the nvidia control panel software of my GTX260. I could disable anti-aliasing in the viewer and just let the driver handle it just dandy. Somewhere along the line, perhaps three updates ago I lost that ability. I'd like to play with lighting and shadows but due to the viewers collision (crash) problems with anti-aliasing enabled, things are sorta sketchy at best. I prefer nice smooth lines if I can. Driver control of anisotropic filtering still works through nvidia control panel though. Any advice? 

 

Thank you. :matte-motes-grin:

 

 

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