Title says it all, is the a simple way in code to check if Unity uses Direct X instead of Open GL (note that even on windows you can have unity run on Open GL, so just UNITY_STANDALONE_WIN isn't enough).
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Answer by Jaap Kreijkamp
Dec 31, 2010 at 07:32 AM
The most reliable way I can find is SystemInfo.graphicsDeviceVersion.StartsWith("Direct") is there a better way?
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