Glad to hear from you . But no, I did not test the new version because it was not announced by Bruce here. Nevertheless I'll give it a try. I'll post the results here. Pls. keep in mind that the workaround I published based on the research of zeqzy is a valid proof, that the problem is caused by the CMAA feature.
sorry but I have only partly good news:
- Blurring the "Start"-Menu seems to be fixed. At least in my short verification test, the Start-menu was still unblurred after 5 Minutes of operation.
- The second stress test for CMAA was again unsuccessful. When using a Remote Desktop Server, the images sent from there started to blur immediately when launched and remained until CMAA was disabled and again and the AA-buffer was cleared by a new boot. Pls. see the attached PNG.
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It looks like the CMAA post processing filter is being applied to the desktop remoting software.
You should not have the CMAA feature enabled in control panel during normal use - turn it on just before launching games; turn it off after done gaming.