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    Default How do you auto-start the amdcccle settings?

    Pretty much that's it, how can I have the settings that amdcccle, like vsync always, filtering, and color correction start up at the beginning? At least just at log on to user, that's fine.

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    Same problem here. In previous generation fglrx (up to 8.40.4) the ~/.drirc file worked perfectly for setting vsync.

    Now (with fglrx 8.42.3) the vsync settings can *only* be applied in amdcccle, and don't survive a reboot (although amdcccle stores them in /etc/ati/amdpcsdb and remembers them).

    Another thing I noticed, is that vsync happens too late (when about 20% of the screen is already drawn).

    Has anyone tried to "strace amdcccle" and see how it communicates with the driver when pressing "Apply" ? If we find it, then I can write an automated program to apply any settings, and auto-start it in kde or whatever :-)

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    I haven't found anything but, yes, vsync has problems. I don't see it at 20% of the screen like you say, it more like fluctuates in and out from where it should be. That's nothing new in this version though. Been that way for me since I first used the driver. Can't say for sure if it got worse, but it's likely.

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