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OK.

Wait, how do I do that tongue.gif


Sorry!!! I'm a massive noob at a lot of stuff!!
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post #12 of 12
To disable HWA in Flash itself, just go to any random YouTube video for example, right click the video itself, click Settings, then go over to the monitor icon and uncheck "Enable Hardware Acceleration".

To disable it in your browser itself, just go through Options. For Firefox it's in advanced, I'm not sure for Chrome or IE as far as settings goes, but obviously it's in there somewhere smile.gif
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