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Problem with Hardware Acceleration
Does Major Release mean R-Admin 3.5 or 4.0?
When will it be released?
Edited: Benjamin Wagner - 22.06.2010 00:35:34
Problem with Hardware Acceleration
we don´t want to kick R-Admin away. Are there chances for a fast patch which makes OpenGL working again?
Edited: Vitaliy Lavrov - 21.06.2010 12:46:41
Problem with Hardware Acceleration
So have you removed that feature? Because with the older version it still worked ...
Problem with Hardware Acceleration
No, that did not work, I can´t still see the OpenGL window. I can see the menu icons etc, but not the OpenGL window.
Problem with Hardware Acceleration
Hello, in the past we´ve used R-Admin 2.2 to support our CAD-Users (300 users) with their OpenGL CAD Software NX I-DEAS running Windows XP SP3.
Now we get new 27" TFTs, but R-Admin 2.2 cannot handle the resolution 2560x1440, only 1920x1080 so we need to update to R-Admin Server 3.41 which can user this resolution.
Now with the latest R-Admin version we can connect to the customer again, but we cannot see their OpenGL Display Window. We need to set the Hardware Accelleration in Windows from 5 (full) down to 1 to see the OpenGL Window again.
This is unaccepptable, because if the User have problems, they cannot switch their settings down, because the software needs to be restarted to take changes affect, and then the error would be away.

Why did the feature, which works in the older version, now not work?
Are there some Patches planned to get a OpenGL windowsWITH full accelleration? At the Moment we cannot use the new version here in our company.

Best regards
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