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    "do3D" option

    Could someone please clarify what this option is, what it does and should I have it enabled or not?!! And if so, is it safe to have it enabled for all machines?

    Thanks!

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    "do3D" option

    If I'm not mistaken it enables 3d hardware rendering instead of software. Unless you're going for 3D I suppose there's no need for it to have it active.

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    "do3D" option

    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler
    If I'm not mistaken it enables 3d hardware rendering instead of software. Unless you're going for 3D I suppose there's no need for it to have it active.
    Thanks. The reason I ask is on one Athlon machine, with shared video memory, my scrolling game still "jerks" occasionally, but if I enable this option it improves it considerably.

    So I was wondering exactly what it doing and how it is improving my 2d game.

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    "do3D" option

    Quote Originally Posted by Damot
    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler
    If I'm not mistaken it enables 3d hardware rendering instead of software. Unless you're going for 3D I suppose there's no need for it to have it active.
    Thanks. The reason I ask is on one Athlon machine, with shared video memory, my scrolling game still "jerks" occasionally, but if I enable this option it improves it considerably.

    So I was wondering exactly what it doing and how it is improving my 2d game.
    It might be worth adding that I get a "Interface not supported" error on one machine if I have this option enabled. The machine has a Radeon 9200 3D card installed as well.

    Curious.

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