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Selection Tool in Cinema 4D

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I have just started to use C4D and I am watching some tutorials on Lynda.com. I noticed that when the person giving the tutorial selects an object, it looks a lot different than when I do! I have attached an image of their's and what mine looks like. I would like to know where the option to make mine look like that is. I cannot seem to find it anywhere.

Thanks for any help you can offer!
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No image?
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I apologize, for some reason the image didn't post!

Anyway, I figured out my problem on my own. I needed to turn on an option called "Enhanced OpenGL"
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I figured out the problem on my own.
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