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    Display Mode in SWF's

    Should I be concerned with using DirectX as the Display Mode for games that are compiled to SWF?

    I've noticed that my games play less "smoothly" as swf's vs. how they play as windows applications, and I found that "standard" was the setting I was using. Will changing to DirectX make any difference for swf?

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    Re: Display Mode in SWF's

    Not at all.

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    Re: Display Mode in SWF's

    Ok, that makes sense... only windows uses Directx, so yeah, i should have known that.

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