Activer WebGL

SELAS Daniel Legrand’s website uses WebGL technology to display 3D plans in your browser.
If the 3D logo opposite is correctly displayed then WebGL has been properly activated in your browser.

Google Chrome

 

Activate the hardware accelerator

 

  • Enter “chrome://settings” in the address bar
  • Click on “Advanced settings” at the bottom of the page
  • In the “System” section, check that the “Use hardware acceleration” box has been ticked

 

Activate WebGL

 

  • Enter “chrome://flags/#disable-webgl” in the address bar
  • If the option shows “Deactivate” then click on the link to display the “Activate” function

version 29 or higher

Safari

 

  • Open the “Safari” menu and select “Preferences”
  • Click on the “Advanced” tab
  • Tick the “Show develop menu in menu bar” option
  • Open the “Develop” menu and click on “Activate WebGL”

version 7 or higher

Internet Explorer

 

  • You do not need to make any changes to your Internet Explorer browser to display 3D REVIT and Autocad files

version 11 or higher

Firefox

 

  • Enter “about:config” in the address bar
  • Search for “webgl.force-enabled” and change the setting to “true”
  • Search for “webgl.disabled” and change it to “false” where necessary

version 31 or higher

Edge (Windows 10)

 

  • You do not need to make any changes to your Edge (Windows 10) browser to display 3D REVIT and Autocad files