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comment What are Vertex Array Objects?
Thank you for the additional info.
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comment What are Vertex Array Objects?
Also, are VAOs at all related to glVertexAttribPointer
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comment What are Vertex Array Objects?
If I understand you correctly, calling glGenVertexArrays(1, &VaoId); and glBindVertexArray(VaoId); creates a VAO with sane defaults to save you from glEnableClientState? Or am I completely misunderstanding you? In the future will I most likely use a lot of glEnableClientState?
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comment How to make same to "slide to unlock" button?
@m9_psy Ok, Sorry for the misunderstanding. That was my second guess. I understand what you want done now.
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comment How to make same to "slide to unlock" button?
I have to admit that your English is a bit of a barrier. My understanding of this question is, you have a circle on screen with an object in the middle. You want to be able to detect when somebody drags the object outside of the circle? Is this correct?
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comment Is using SharpDX or SlimDX easier than using DirectX directly from C++?
@Tetrad I truly believe that xoofx's answer would be an asset to this site and would like to see this question reopened so he can add it. Holding this question closed does a lot less good for this site than allowing such a thorough and well written response to comprehensively answer it.
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comment Is using SharpDX or SlimDX easier than using DirectX directly from C++?
@xoofx Thank you for that wonderful and in depth answer. If this question is ever opened, please add it and I will mark it as the best answer. It really is a shame you can't get any rep boost or any real credit for such a great answer.
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comment Is using SharpDX or SlimDX easier than using DirectX directly from C++?
Ok. This is what I was hoping. Thank you.
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