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OpenGL non-Nvidia cards problem

Postby E.Kiver » Thu Jul 31, 2008 16:40

WARNING: Links are for adults only!
Im having problems with CEGUI buttons in OpenGL on non-Nvidia cards, I've tested on 15 Nvidia cards and everything fine.
But on ATI and Intel buttons graphics is displaced, looks like I've set wrong imageset file. Buttons are on the right places, but with wrong graphics on'em
Ogre Eihort 1.4.9
It looks like this: http://groups.google.com.ua/group/virtu ... urlaka.png
instead of this: http://virtuallovebook.googlegroups.com/web/scr002.jpg

Works good on:
Radeon X1600

Works bad on:
GMA 945
82915G
Radeon HD 2400
Radeon X2300
Radeon 9600ХТ

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Postby CrazyEddie » Thu Jul 31, 2008 19:09

Hi,

The second image link does not work, and the first one was most disappointing after your warning :lol:

With reference to the issue, I'm not aware of any issues. Do the Taharez / Windows looks suffer the same fate? The last time I used an ATI card on a PC, things were working (this was many months ago). The iMac I have is ATI based (HD 2600 Pro), and things seem to be ok on there.

Did you try alternative (older / newer) drivers at all?

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Postby E.Kiver » Fri Aug 01, 2008 11:51

I get it! The problem were with graphics resolution, I were using non order of two resoulutions. And not square textures also. Square texture of 1024x1024 instead of my 800x412 solved my problem
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Postby CrazyEddie » Sat Aug 02, 2008 08:16

Cool :)


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