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  • #71
    This interests me. What acceleration are you talking about? And how would I check to see if it's enabled?
    (I guess flash doesn't use Xv on my box as I don;t see the typical blue background when I move the window and it works with compiz.)

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    • #72
      No idea what flash considers "acceleration", but you enable it (should be enabled by default) by right clicking on a flash applet and selecting "Settings".

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      • #73
        What is hardware-accelerated scaling?

        Although Flash Player can display high-quality video and images by itself, hardware-accelerated scaling uses the video or graphics card on your computer to display images and video more clearly and quickly than Flash Player can on its own.
        Uses the video card for scaling.

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