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Re: Proper way to close a H3D program?
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Could you use the h3dload.ini or settings file to enable quad_buffered_stereo or start H3DViewer with the flag that sets stereo mode so that you can test if it exists properly in H3DViewer?
That is, with trunk.

Posted on: 4/28 10:00
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Re: Proper way to close a H3D program?
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With trunk version setting Quad_buffer_stereo with H3DViewer does not changing back the monitor mode (tested both our application and the gravity example I've sent in another thread).

Setting the Quad_buffered_stereo attribute in settings file does not change back the mode, and finally setting the --rendermode QUAD_BUFFERED_STEREO parameter to H3DLoad.exe does not change back.


Posted on: 4/28 10:54
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Re: Proper way to close a H3D program?
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We got some new hardware this week and the problem does not occur for this problem so it seems to be hardware specific maybe?

The new setup:
GTX 1060 3GB
Windows 10
H3D Trunk-version
Screen: 24" DP VG248QE (using DisplayPort)

Old setup:
GTX 960 2GB
Windows 7
H3D Trunk-version
Screen: BenQ XL2411Z (using DVI-D)

Edit:
Note that we have multiple setups of the "old" version and the problem occurs on every one of them.

Posted on: 5/18 8:53

Edited by emilpalm on 2017/5/18 9:09:43
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Re: Proper way to close a H3D program?
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It might be the DisplayPort actually...
You don't happen to have a DisplayPort on the old setup, or a DVI-D on the new setup?

Just for tests. I think we had some issues which stopped occurring when switching monitor/computer connection.

Posted on: 5/18 11:31
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Re: Proper way to close a H3D program?
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Hmm. Interesting, the old setups does not have DP, and we sent away the new hardware yesterday. So I can't test the theory now.

I could test it when we get new hardware again... I will try the new screen with the old computer setup, I forgot to do that earlier this week.

Posted on: 5/18 13:14
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