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Error Message: Unable to detect WebGL
Upon launching the Logic 2 software, an error message may appear, stating either of the following:
    Your graphics card does not support WebGL
    Unable to detect WebGL, please contact support

Solution

A known workaround is to launch Logic 2 from the command line with the --disable-gpu command line argument. On Windows, it would be like so:
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cd C:\Program Files\Logic
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Logic.exe --disable-gpu
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Please contact us in case you have any specific questions about this error, or if the solution above did not work. In the meantime, we would like to continue monitoring this error on the bug report here.
If the solution above does not work, you may need to use our older Logic 1.x software downloadable below.

Background Information

This error message may indicate older PC hardware that may have issues running graphics on our software. This could be caused by the following:
    Operating System, and whether it is 32-bit or 64-bit
    Graphics card
    CPU
You can test your PC's WebGL support by following the links below. Both WebGL v1 and v2 need to be supported by your PC's hardware.
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