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=== Returns ===
 
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Nothing.
=== Notes ===
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* Not all graphics drivers support adaptive vsync (-1 value). In that case, it will be automatically set to 1.
 
* Not all graphics drivers support adaptive vsync (-1 value). In that case, it will be automatically set to 1.
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* It is recommended to keep vsync activated if you don't know about the possible implications of turning it off.
 
* This function doesn't recreate the window, unlike [[love.window.setMode]] and [[love.window.updateMode]].
 
* This function doesn't recreate the window, unlike [[love.window.setMode]] and [[love.window.updateMode]].
  

Latest revision as of 14:02, 26 December 2018

Available since LÖVE 11.3
This function is not supported in earlier versions.

Sets vertical synchronization mode.

Function

Synopsis

love.window.setVSync( vsync )

Arguments

number vsync
VSync number: 1 to enable, 0 to disable, and -1 for adaptive vsync.

Returns

Nothing.

Notes

  • Not all graphics drivers support adaptive vsync (-1 value). In that case, it will be automatically set to 1.
  • It is recommended to keep vsync activated if you don't know about the possible implications of turning it off.
  • This function doesn't recreate the window, unlike love.window.setMode and love.window.updateMode.

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