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C++ Boy
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Posted: 4th Jan 2003 21:56
after text is printed, how can you print text over it without getting a jumbled mess? thanks
blake
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Posted: 4th Jan 2003 23:15
You have to set the text opaque(set text opaque), rewrite the text in the background color or cls.

"If you can't make it good
make it look good."
Bill Gates
jasuk70
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Posted: 5th Jan 2003 01:57
I've also found if you have an area setup for text, clearing the area (With an INK 0,0 and BOX command) and re-drawing it in it's entirety is VERY quick so you wont notice it's been cleared and re-drawn. I've used this method a lot recently and things look very smooth.

Jas

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