Foundry requires Hardware Acceleration to be enabled in the Browser. Without it, nothing will work, you won’t be able to see any scenes, you won’t be able to unpause your game, and can get random errors (such as
cannot read property "tokens" of null)
Step 1) Restart your browser
If it used to work and now it stopped, then it’s quite possible that you do have Hardware Acceleration enabled in your browser, but the browser lost access to the Graphics Card. This can often happen after a GPU driver update for example.
The first step we recommend is to restart your browser just to make sure that’s not the issue.
We will also always recommend to make sure your browser is updated to the latest version if you can, and we recommend using either Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Mozilla Firefox.
Step 2) Enable Hardware Acceleration
If that didn’t help, then you most likely have the Hardware Acceleration disabled in the browser, and you will need to enable the option.
If you’re using another browser, we highly recommend these once, as they are confirmed to work.
Step 3) Toggle Override software rendering list
chrome://flags/#ignore-gpu-blocklist into your Chrome Browser, and toggle it.
Enable Acceleration in ChromeTo quickly get to Acceleration, you can just paste ```chrome://settings/?search=hardware``` into your browser. If it isn't on, you should enable it.
Press the three dots in the top right of the browser.
Scroll to the bottom and open up the “advanced” section.
Head over to system, and make sure Hardware acceleration is on.
Enable Acceleration in FirefoxHead over to the top right of your browser, to the three striped crossing.
Then press Options.
After getting to options you should go to general.
And down to Performance.
Un-check the “Use recommended user settings” and check that Hardware acceleration is on.
If it isn’t on, enable it.
Enable Acceleration in Microsoft EdgeFirst, press the three dots in the top right corner, to then go to `settings`.
And make sure Hardware Acceleration is on