Matrox Graphics Cards Problems
powers.anirvan at gmail.com
Fri May 18 17:09:33 UTC 2018
OpenGL pipeline on Windows is not a supported configuration and so it is
not present in JavaFX for Windows.
You would have to build JavaFX yourself to include this pipeline and "use
it at your own risk". It may or may not work.
Also it looks like the card should support OpenGL 2.1 or later.
On 18 May 2018 at 04:32, Matthew Elliot <matthew.james.elliot at gmail.com>
> Hey, thanks for the second link, exactly what I needed just not the best
> I see all Matrox cards are disabled which is a bit tricky for us when many
> of our customers are have 4+ monitors and some have chosen those cards.
> I then managed to find this - https://bugs.openjdk.java.
> I assume this means there will never be support of these cards or is there
> a work around? I.e. I see they support OpenGL so could I install OpenGL on
> a windows machine and try that pipeline?
> Is this exclusion of all Matrox cards still valid?
> Thanks in advance,
> Sent from my phone.
> On 17/05/2018, at 5:15 PM, Anirvan Sarkar <powers.anirvan at gmail.com>
> Hi Matthew,
> Please see the below file for blaclisted hardware on D3D.
> On Thu, 17 May 2018 at 11:04 PM, Matthew Elliot <
> matthew.james.elliot at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> we have some customers in the wild who use Matrox 9148LP (9100 series)
>> graphics cards because they drive more than 2 monitors and JavaFX always
>> reports an error initializing HW pipeline and forcing gpu results in
>> I checked the bug reports but couldn't see anything about JavaFX and
>> Is anyone aware of an existing issue?
>> Is there a way to get more details on why JavaFx fails to enable the D3D
>> Is there a list of known problematic graphics cards or a black list of
>> graphics cards where JavaFX falls back?
>> Thanks in advance,
> Sent from Gmail Mobile
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