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      These Forums are closing!   10/04/2019

      After more than a decade of serving this community well, these forums have finally run their course and it's time to close them down. That doesn't mean we want to close the doors on our community, quite the opposite!
      Our discord server grows ever busier by the day, and we encourage all Double Fine fans to meet us over there www.discord.gg/doublefine In a short time these forums will become a read only archive and will remain that way until they become needed again.
      You never know, it might happen.  There is... a prophecy. Thank you all for being part of these forums, and remember that the fun is definitely not over - so please join us on Discord! Love ya, Spaff, Tim, Info Cow, and all of Double Fine.

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  1. You may try it on Linux. There is OpenGL 3.3 support for Sandy Bridge (HD3000/2000) implemented.Though you'll need Ubuntu 14.10 or such to get it.
  2. Are you guys really using Geometry Shaders in Remastered?Because everything else except geometry shaders available with GL 3.1 core profile and will work with HD3000 on Windows. PS: Also consider to add "NvOptimusEnablement" into executable on Windows as this will solve a lot of problems with players who have Optimus laptops (Intel+Nvidia). It's rarely that users of such laptops update their Intel drivers: http://developer.download.nvidia.com/devzone/devcenter/gamegraphics/files/OptimusRenderingPolicies.pdf
  3. I think it's can be helpful if you stick link to this topic on Steam forums because not everyone check this forum. Also some people might try to update graphics drivers from laptop manufacturer websites which always contain outdated drivers. So I guess it's good idea to add direct links to GPU manufacturer websites, e.g: I help with player support for other OpenGL-only title on Steam so outdated Intel/AMD drivers is always problem. Unfortunately people usually trying to update drivers though Windows or their laptop manufacturer sites.