SubLab uses openGL by default to draw the interface.
Older graphics cards (for example Nvidia geforce 9500 GT) and some on-board Intel graphics chips in Windows laptops (such as Mobile intel 4 Series Express) can have trouble using the newer openGL that SubLab uses.
If you are experiencing a blank interface like in the image below, here's what you can do.
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1. Update your graphics card drivers
You can do this by checking your graphics card and then visiting the manufacturers site and updating the drivers.
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2. Make sure you're using the latest version of SubLab
Our recent SubLab update (version 1.1.0) allows you to disable openGL altogether.
You can get SubLab 1.1.0 in your account on the FAW site if you bought it directly from us. If you got SubLab from Plugin Boutique, please login to your account on their site to download version 1.1.0. You can find more info on downloading the update here.
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3. Disable openGL
Once you've downloaded and installed version 1.1.0, navigate to the folder ../FAW/SubLab and open the file settings.xml in a text editor.
You should see something similar to the image below:
Next, on the line "opengl_disabled" change val="0" to val="1" like below: