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Re: [Public WebGL] Help needed to configure browser



Hi Tahin,

It probably means both browsers are unable to create an OpenGL 2.0+
context necessary for WebGL.
What is your graphics card/GPU configuration ? Perhaps you should try
updating your video drivers (OpenGL drivers in particular).

Regards,


On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 13:49, Tahin Rahman <tahin.36@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am Tahin, an amateur to openGL and beginner to WebGL. I am facing problem
> to configure WebGL in my browser.
> I've tried in Firefox Nightly version 3.7a4 by going to "about:config" and
> changing 'webgl.enable_for_all_sites' to true.
> I also tried in Google Chrome 6.0.427.0 dev by modifying the desktop
> shortcut target to "chrome.exe --enable -webgl".
> In both cases when I visit here it says "Sorry, your browser does not appear
> to support WebGL (or it is disabled)."
> Now I have no idea what to do. Did I miss anything step of browser
> configuration? Please help me out
> Thanks
> --
> Tahin
>

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