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== Hints for users ==
 
== Hints for users ==
 
=== Shaders ===
 
=== Shaders ===
As of FlightGear 2.0.0, a growing number of [[shaders]] is being implemented into FlightGear. While these do make your flights visually appealing, they tend to have quite an impact on most computers. Luckily you can easily disable shaders in the <tt>View > Rendering Options</tt> dialog. As of FlightGear 2.6.0 an advanced shader options dialog is available, in which you can adjust every single shader's setting.  
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As of FlightGear 2.0.0, a growing number of [[shaders]] is being implemented into FlightGear. While these do make your flights visually appealing, they tend to have quite an impact on most computers. Luckily you can easily disable shaders in the <tt>View > Rendering Options</tt> dialog. As of FlightGear 2.6.0 an advanced shader options dialog is available, in which you can adjust every single shader's setting. To disable the shaders on startup, run FlightGear with:
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--prop:/sim/rendering/shaders/quality-level=0
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Leave out the <code>--prop:</code> prefix when adding the command via <tt>Advanced > Properties</tt> on the last page of FGRun.
    
It requires some testing to find out what settings are best for your computer, but it's defenitely worth spending some time on!
 
It requires some testing to find out what settings are best for your computer, but it's defenitely worth spending some time on!

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