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Old 06-12-03, 07:48 PM   #13
phil d
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its looking like opengl polygon antialiasing is only supported in the super expensive quadro cards... just maybe there is a version of that russian hack for linux... or i buy a radeon.

kow - i presume that opengl polygon antialiasing is all software, but whether or not it is implemented is determined by hardware. i made symbolic links to the old opengl libraries that came with redhat7.2, which provided excellent AA with my old ATIrage128, and that didnt restore AA with my geforce card.

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