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    I haven't updated for awhile so I thought I'd check in here to see if there have been any problems with the latest update. I think it's v471.96 WHQL. Would appreciate any feedback.
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    No problems with driver version 471.96 and TRS19, Build 114400 and earlier builds.

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    Just a comment out of the blue... I recently thought a consist on a certain payware session looked very "toyish" due to the overly bright colors... Then I got the idea to check "digital vibrance" on my NVidia options.... what a difference! I "toned down" the "vibrance" a bit and what an improvement! Things looked much more prototypical.

    So if you have not done so.. check "Digital Vibrance" setting...
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    Interesting. My "Digital Vibrance" was set to +50. If I set it to zero, I get black and white. I lowered it to +30 on both of my monitors, but the colors are fairly washed out looking for the desktop. Maybe it is a setting to just set when in Trainz. Looking forward to trying then though.
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    Also note that "Digital Vibrance" is in effect when color is set by "other applications" -or- "Use NVIDIA" (settings just above "Digital Vibrance").
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    Quote Originally Posted by stouthm View Post
    I haven't updated for awhile so I thought I'd check in here to see if there have been any problems with the latest update. I think it's v471.96 WHQL. Would appreciate any feedback.
    471.96 no problems however 472.12 has just been released today.
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    Thanks everyone for the feedback. Will get the update as soon as I finish here.
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    I installed 472.12 this morning, ran TANE and TS2019. Both were fine.

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    where is the "Digital Vibrance" setting at? cant find it. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fourteen View Post
    where is the "Digital Vibrance" setting at? cant find it. Thanks.
    If you have a NVIDIA card: Right click on desktop and select "NVIDIA Control Panel" then under "Display" see "Adjust desktop color settings" and item 3.
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    found it thanks.
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