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[How To] Enable QuartzGL and Disable BeamSync on Leopard


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bishopdante are right! Don't enable QuartzGL as a default!

Some days ago I read an official article about that. QuartzGL is a graphic option enabled automatically by the software it needs it. This functions will work for all apps including os x, in snow leopard as bishopdante said too.

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So about BeamSync...is it enabled by default on Leopard and if so, how can I turn it off permanently?

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Sorry for resurrecting old thread.
Can confirm that QuartzCL Enabled slows down graphic performance of adobe applications, showing artifacts in PDF, slow screen refresh in ID and longer refresches in photoshop.
So I disabled it again.

Waiting for OpenCL...





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