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madmatt



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madmatt
Hello everyone,
I finally setup a webpage where you can download my Windows / DirectX examples I have posted previously (some from a year or more ago). They will be updated periodically with more and more examples until they are finished. The book examples that I'm working on now are:

Programming Windows - Charles Petzold
Windows Game programming for dummies [will be posted shortly]
Focus on 2D in Direct 3D
3D Game programming with DirectX 9.0

You can visit my site at: http://users.egl.net/talktomatt/default.html

I've included instructions on how to setup and recompile the examples, If you have any trouble, let me know and I'll see what I can do
MadMatt
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Picnic



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I visited your web page and download all examples there.
nice work, thanks madmatt, i'll stay tuned!

Please upload 'Windows game programming for dummies' again, when you can
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xspeed



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downloaded thanks for the free stuff goodjob
Post 12 Sep 2007, 21:19
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madmatt



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madmatt
Thanks! No home yet for the "'Windows game programming for dummies"
examples still looking.
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ManOfSteel



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It's good such thread exists. It reminds me of something.
I'm using Win98SE. All DLLs in DLL.rar are installed, I even tried downloading newer versions, but all examples in /Various.rar/Old OpenGL Examples/ crash with:
Quote:

DRAWF caused an invalid page fault in module GLUT.DLL at 016f:10006359.
PLANET caused an invalid page fault in module GLUT.DLL at 016f:10006359.
TEXTURED SURFACE caused an invalid page fault in module GLUT.DLL at 016f:10006359.
and so on...
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princezhou



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Thank you very very much!!
Post 14 Sep 2007, 08:20
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madmatt



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madmatt
ManOfSteel:
Looks like you have older versions of opengl examples, redownload the newer ones on my webpage (note there is no various folder now, each folder inside is now a separate download). The ones in the various examples use the very old glut.dll and opengl.dll, newer ones use glut32.dll and opengl32.dll

princezhou: your very very welcome!! Very Happy
Post 14 Sep 2007, 22:21
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ManOfSteel



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@madmatt: my fault. I had the old versions as you said. Now they all work fine. Great examples by the way, thanks!
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xspeed



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let me check to see if i have "'Windows game programming for dummies"
Post 15 Sep 2007, 15:41
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Hi Matt Childress! Great work! Thanks!
Only one complaint though, please reformat the Look And Feel of your website.

The blue background is too flashy and hard to read ( my eyes strain )!
Make it plain white. Please.

PS: Oops! And don't forget to make your fonts some other color. They
are also white! So they will become invisible!

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Hi Matt Childress! Great work! Thanks!
Only one complaint though, please reformat the Look And Feel of your website.

The blue background is too flashy and hard to read ( my eyes strain )!
Make it plain white. Please.

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0.1 wrote:
Hi Matt Childress! Great work! Thanks!
Only one complaint though, please reformat the Look And Feel of your website.

The blue background is too flashy and hard to read ( my eyes strain )!
Make it plain white. Please.


Sorry for the long wait for my response. I'll try shading the text a light gray instead of bright white, and see if I can shade the background a bit brighter.
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Thanks!
But do you too think that the site is hard on eyes?
I was saying based on my personal experience (and I usually have to
sit on computer for 8hrs straight) so my eyes irritate on every thing that feels
a little flashy or too contrastive.

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0.1 wrote:
Thanks!
But do you too think that the site is hard on eyes?
I was saying based on my personal experience (and I usually have to
sit on computer for 8hrs straight) so my eyes irritate on every thing that feels
a little flashy or too contrastive.


8 hrs straight? no get-up and excercise breaks? I looked at my webpage again and decided that for sensitive eyes this would be a problem so changed the color scheme, let me know if your eyes are ok again. Smile
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Thanks Matt!
The site is now more easy on my eyes! Relief!

But ( Shocked ) the visited links appear near invisible to me, I have to strain a lot
to see them!

Maybe you can fix them too! ( Damn! I am too demanding Twisted Evil )

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Yeh, I can do that too. Smile
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Thanks Matt!
I have seen you site, and now it is very nice to look at Smile
Relief for my eyes !!!

May you always keep doing the good stuff !






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