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Revision as of 12:45, 4 August 2011

If you experience low color depth (you see the world in only 256 colors), or "color banding" while using Second Life®, your computer may be using a feature called Catalyst A.I., found on some ATI video cards. Under some conditions, Catalyst A.I. may choose to show Second Life in 256 colors in an attempt to improve graphical performance; for the best graphical quality (not performance!) you should disable Catalyst A.I. in your Catalyst Control Center.

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KBnote.png Note: For more information about ATI and the Catalyst Control Center, please see ATI's website at http://ati.amd.com