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Thread: Unexpected FPS Counter

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    Unexpected FPS Counter

    I suddenly started seeing this FPS counter in the upper left corner of X-Plane as well as other GL apps.

    I am unsure as to where it came from, does anyone recognize it? (The one in the bottom left corner is from NVIDIA).

    See the attached screenshot.
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    Re: Unexpected FPS Counter

    That looks like the indicator that you get if you've enabled the "Enable Graphics API Visual Indicator" in nvidia-settings.
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    Re: Unexpected FPS Counter

    Do you know how to enable this option? I can't find it in nvidia-settings.
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    Re: Unexpected FPS Counter

    Quote Originally Posted by Casper Hansen View Post
    Do you know how to enable this option? I can't find it in nvidia-settings.
    I think it was introduced with the 410 branch. If you're on an earlier branch it won't be there. If you're on a later branch and it isn't there, I don't know what to suggest.

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