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NVRotate causes significant slowdown in Java UIs!

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by typingcat, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. typingcat

    typingcat Guest

    For some reason, I rotated my screen 180 using NVRotate (which can be
    found at Display -> Settings -> Advanced -> GeForceXXXX -> NVRotate).
    Then I wrote some Java program and ran it. All swing UI components
    doen't updated properly and JFileChoose even doesn't seem to work (I
    had to force it redraw by moving it outside of the screen and bring it
    back). I set 'graphics acceleration' to minimum, then they were
    displayed better but were too slow.
    I then restored my screen to original (0 degree) then Java worked very
    fine. I'm sure that NVRotate caused this. What do you think?
     
    typingcat, Apr 3, 2006
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  2. typingcat

    First of One Guest

    Do you have FSAA enabled in the drivers? Try turning it off. A while ago
    this caused problems with Java apps for unknown reasons.
     
    First of One, Apr 4, 2006
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