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NVIDIA drivers 313.18 for Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris

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======== Release 313 Entries ========

    * Added support in NV-CONTROL and in nvidia-settings for changing the
      Double Precision performance boost mode on supported GPUs.

    * Fixed a bug in nvidia-settings that allowed unavailable features to
      be selected in some drop-down menus.

    * Fixed several OpenGL driver bugs related to stencil-only framebuffer
      objects.

2012-12-11 version 313.09

    * Updated the NVIDIA X driver to reprobe displays when VT-switching to
      X, to allow reporting of hotplug events when displays are connected
      or disconnected while VT-switched away from X.

    * Added unofficial GLX protocol support (i.e for GLX indirect rendering)
      for the following extension and core commands.

      GL_ARB_vertex_array_object
      OpenGL 3.0 commands ClearBufferfi, ClearBufferfv, ClearBufferiv,
      ClearBufferuiv and GetStringi.

    * Fixed a bug that caused the cursor shadow to be clipped to 32x32
      pixels, even on Kepler GPUs that support a 256x256 cursor image.

    * Fixed a bug that prevented some cursor image updates from taking
      effect on displays with rotation or other transformations applied.

    * Fixed cursor alpha blending artifacts on displays with rotation
      or other transformations applied.

    * Added support for the GLX_EXT_buffer_age extension.

    * Improved the performance of glDrawPixels() by up to 450% when the pixel
      data is of type GL_BYTE.