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    Question How to control graphic card settings via openGL

    Hey,

    I've (I think) one simple question, how can I enable/disable for example nvidida graphic card driver settings like "FXAA" with OpenGL calls?!
    I just want to enable and disable different options in my application on the fly or at least after a restart of this application.

    Is this possible?

    Thanks for answers and best regards,
    TheGreen

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreen View Post
    Is this possible?
    In general, no.

    If a particular setting has options of "on, off, use application settings", then when it's set to "use application settings" you can typically change the behaviour via context-creation flags, glEnable, glHint, etc.

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    Oh okay, thanks for your answer, this helps a lot!

    Then I have only to find out what the correct flags are

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