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madmatt



Joined: 07 Oct 2003
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madmatt
This is a simple example of 2d graphics using Direct3d 9. If anyone has a few minutes I'd like you to run this app and tell me if it executes on your system. see the read me file for more info.
thanks Smile ,
MadMatt
Post 11 May 2006, 00:54
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okasvi



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okasvi
I'm missing D3DX9_24.dll, I'm not sure if I have bothered to install latest Dx Smile
Post 11 May 2006, 01:10
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


Joined: 06 May 2005
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LocoDelAssembly
280 FPS WinXP SP2 (32-bits) Athlon64
Post 11 May 2006, 03:52
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Kenneth



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Kenneth
XP sp2, p4. Switched out just fine using alt+tab, but would not work with windows button until i had already switched out using alt+tab first.
Post 11 May 2006, 06:11
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madmatt



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okasvi: sorry about that, you can download the d3dx9_24.dll from my website, just click on the WWW button below.
Post 11 May 2006, 08:25
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