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MacBook Pro - Should I enable Quartz 2D Extreme and Quartz GL?


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So what's the deal with these? Using the Secrets pref pane I found two disabled items: Quartz 2D Extreme and Quartz GL. Is it safe to enable them? Is is recommended?

I've a new MBP with the 9600M GT w/512MB of VRAM.

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