Hi Olivier, *,
On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 11:43 AM, Olivier Hallot
On 14/05/2015 16:19, Andras Timar wrote:
On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 9:11 PM, Olivier Hallot
while we are here, how can a mortal know what is a "blacklisted openGL"?
Indeed we should find better wording (same for OpenCL blacklist/whiltelist).
Blacklist contains drivers that are known not to work. Whitelist is
the opposite: the list of drivers that are known to work. In
translation you can try to explain it, if the target language does not
have similar term.
But you know, I'm not a mortal - I know what is about: It freezes my
computer!!! :-D .
The other way round: Those settings (the blacklisting one) can
*prevent* your computer from freezing :-)
But of course if it does freeze for you, then you should file a bug
with the details of your graphics card and driver, so it can be added
to the blacklist for all users, so that not-so-early-testers won't
suffer from the same problem.
And also direct-x blacklist helps to show presentation on
high-resolutions in case the driver is buggy (e.g like
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