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Dark GDK / dbDot();dbCircle() don't work

Wang Hang
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Posted: 14th Apr 2012 05:36
I have already installed visual C++ 2008 express & Aug_2007 & dark GDK I find dbDot(),dbCircle(),dbEllipse() don't work, there is nothing display
Some other fun like dbBox() work nomrmally~
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Posted: 14th Apr 2012 17:25
Apparently this is a known error over GPU's, though not sure if its ATI related or nVidia, but one of those don't handle the those commands at all. This is also true for DBP too.

There are workarounds. With DBP you can use Advanced2D but with GDK you'd have to do it other ways.

Mental arithmetic? Me? (That's for computers) I can't subtract a fart from a plate of beans!
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Posted: 17th Apr 2012 01:48
Here is a discussion about dbCircle not working. I posted a solution that gives you more functionallity than dbCircle.

The concept of using memblocks is not too complicated. There are a few things you need to know. When you make a memblock from an image, the first 12 bytes are used for information like size and format, so you will notice the +12 in my position parameter. Also, each pixil of the memblock is 4 bytes which is represented by the *4

Here is a box function:

Both assume you already have a memblock made from an image and the first parameter in both represent the memblock number.

BTW, to make a memblock for an image:

Then just show your image. This assumes you have a valid ImageNumber and MB.
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