To find out if your computer supports Quartz Extreme, set your computer to change the background picture every 5 seconds. If each new background immediately replaces the last, then your computer doesn't support Quartz Extreme. If each background fades into the next, then your computer supports Quartz Extreme.
That's the stock card from the Cube too. It doesn't support Quartz Extreme but it supports normal Quartz just fine. The quartz extreme is set up to degrade very gracefully on older graphics cards, so if you get a card that supports extreme, then you'll automatically get the extreme effects, no setup needed.superfunkomatic said:i've got the same machine. it doesn't support quartz which means no cutesy user switching. not sure if there is a workaround with newer graphics cards.
That is correct. I had my user account set to 1600x1200 and my son had his at 1344x1008. No turning cube. Changed him to 1600x1200 and the eye candy came backwangahrah said:I'm fairly certain (not positive) that if the users have different screen resolutions set, instead of seeing the turning cube eye candy, the screen will take that opportunity to switch resolutions, and you won't see the effects.