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Old July 20th 03, 10:57 PM
Stefan Hadjistoytchev
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Default Problems with "NPR Hatching" demo

Hi!
I own ATI Radeon 9700 Pro running on ASUS A7N8X.
I'm also running Windows XP ( latest Service packs and latest drivers
- all in default values)

I downloaded "NPR Hatching v1.1" demo
(http://www2.ati.com/misc/demos/ATI-9...-Demo-v1.1.exe)
from ATI's site.
After starting the demo during "Toggle Edges","Edge Width" and other
modes (except normal mode) I see a number of blinking artefacts.

Is this normal ?

( All other demos run just fine, incl. 3DMark03 )

Best regards
Stefan
 




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