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Any way to get AA to stop?

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So one game I play isn't smooth unless I force AA on... kind of weird, but whatever. The problem is, after I force AA on, and until I reboot my PC, Magic the Gathering online will have AA applied to it, which makes the text unreadable. Is there any way to disable the AA without rebooting the PC?



I have AA set to application controled in CCC, but it still applies it to MTGO .
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What kind of AA are you using man? You should only use Box x2, 4 or 8. Anything other then that will produce dodgy visuals in a lot of games.

You could try remove your temp files before starting the game with CCleaner, to remove any temp settings stored by CCC, I've not had this problem myself, but it might be worth a try.
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i am not too familiar with that game is it in browser? because i found that after i downloaded firefox 4 and left aa on in ccc and it applied AA to firefox and made it all blurry so i had to go to options > advanced > and uncheck use hardware acceleration when available. but thats probably not your issue though is it...
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Unchecking hardware accel in the game options worked . It looks worse, but at least its legible now.
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