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MacBook Pro (15-inch Core 2 Duo) - am I able to run OpenGL 1.3?


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Hi,
I've been doing some work with Flash that requires a graphics card that can run OpenGL 1.3. My MacBook Pro is from 2006, so it's a bit older. I have a RadeonX1600 graphics card. According to the AMD product page, its complete feature set is also supported in OpenGL® 2.0.

I am a bit uneducated to graphics cards and how they work. So my question is, am I able to run OpenGL 1.3 with on my MacBook Pro? Thanks!
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