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12-07-2010 09:58 PM
Is there a command line argument to control the Graphics Acceleration for a JDE 5.0 simulator?
I would like to set it to OFF at the command line so I can add it to the Eclipse IDE simulator Run and Debug configuration.
I checked fledge /help and I didn't find anything that I could see that would work.
Solved! Go to Solution.
12-08-2010 09:26 AM
I've looked through each simulator's XML file and any other file that I could read to see if I could find an option to permanently set Graphics Acceleration to OFF, but no luck.
Is there a registry entry on Windows that could be set?
From Eclipse IDE, I guess I could use Running BlackBerry Simulator to debug, but in the past that has frozen the simulator as well.
There are several posts on this issue with no clear answer. Does RIM even provide support of any type or read these boards? <frustration>Because compared to Android this is a garbage development environment.</frustration>
12-10-2010 04:25 PM - edited 12-10-2010 04:25 PM
The settings are stored in a file located at
\Documents and Settings\[windows login name]\net\rim\fledge-2\fledge-saved.conf
Near the bottom of the file look for the line:
Change the number there to 0 for no acceleration.
12-10-2010 04:37 PM
Wow, what a relief, that helps a lot and I hope that this will help others out as well.
If I could get the Debug Step commands to work with the JDE Simulators, I'd be a lot closer to a consistent development environment.