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What's a good way to tell if FSX is using DX10 or DX9 (in-game)?

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I saw a serious problem in your logbook Todd... If you're going to put anything in the "Flight Cost" column, it should be the MasterCard "Priceless". :-DI would be kind of interested exactly how much I spent on Flying (I have a rough idea), but is kind of like the high-time pilot's counting Flt Hrs thingy: somewhere in the Tens of Thousands you just stop counting. :-DActually I did keep a close eye on it when it related to "Job Expenses" and what could be claimed on the 1040 Schedule A (itemized deductions). I have read (don't quote me) that some costs (at some point in the flight training process) can be deducted as "job retraining" (but I don't believe I ever did that). Worth looking into if you ever decide to change jobs.Rob O.

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For those interested: $5,603.50Average: $53.88 per hour ($.90 per minute)Seems surprisingly inexpensive to me.

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Look on the Settings | Graphics dialog page and see if the "Preview DX10" checkbox is selected.

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If you get frequent random very short freezes/hickups, shimmering airfield textures and no more progressive taxi, then you know you are using DX10. :(

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