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Dark GDK / Compil Error for Command dbMinimizeWindow and dbMinimizeWindow

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Gervais
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 11:34
When Compiling a Dark Game SDK programs with the command dbMaximizeWindow or dbMinimizeWindow I get the following messages

Error C3861: ‘dbMaximizeWindow’: identifier not found, event with argument-dependent lookup

I am using C++ Visual studio 2003

And I was searching on how to start the programs selecting the desktop as a device for the drawing like in the DarkBasicPro
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 16:06
Try dbMaximiseWindow() - the documentation is slightly inaccurate here.

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IanM
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 19:31
What? English spelling?

Although I hate to say it, I think every keyword should use the American variation of spelling.

Did you see that they've also fixed the spelling of Plane (dbMakeObjectPlane instead of dbMakeObjectPlain)? Heresy!

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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 19:36
Quote: "What? English spelling?"

About time too!

Quote: "Although I hate to say it, I think every keyword should use the American variation of spelling."

Heresy!

Quote: "Did you see that they've also fixed the spelling of Plane (dbMakeObjectPlane instead of dbMakeObjectPlain)? "

That should make people happy...

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Rob K
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Posted: 3rd Dec 2004 21:50
Quote: "Although I hate to say it, I think every keyword should use the American variation of spelling."


I agree, much as I would like to throttle the next person who asks me what ROWTER I use on my network


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