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Old 09-03-02, 10:57 AM   #1
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Default IS there a way to make games work on the CURRENT RT?


some people say that M$ has fixed the refresh rate problem for directx games.

but i wanna fix it for opengl too.

so my question is, is there away to make openg games to use my CURRENT screen refresh rate (if they use the same resoltion)?

or i have to manually set every value in the regedit depending on my monitor?


(P.S. how do i check if the game was actually running at a certain refresh rate?!)
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as of right now, for OGL, you have to manually regedit them, or use RefreshForce...

The monitor usually reports the refresh rate itself...
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