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How to "exclude" somes games to the OSD?
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Default How to "exclude" somes games to the OSD? - 04-27-2017, 02:33 | posts: 12

Well i noticed that Heroes of the storm doesnt work realy well with MSI AFTERBURNER... and i dont want to "close" msi ab and rivatuner" so is there a way to exclude msi OSD for HOTS? In rivertuner i cant find the game... like there normaly a list of game and stuff but now there only 1 item in the list and its "Global" only
PS: Its show the OSD like in those screenshot (they arent mine)

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Default 04-27-2017, 02:40 | posts: 1,156

Hold shift while pressing the add profile button ("+"). It will show active 3D applications. Add select the game, add it, and make sure application detection is disabled by selecting "None".
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Default 04-27-2017, 07:49 | posts: 13,122 | Location: Taganrog, Russia

You don't have to select "None" if you add exclusion with <Shift>+<Add profile>. Profiles added this way automatically have application detection disabled.

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