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even if you did not do it to increase performance, the question remains: Does it increase performance to have one larger object instead of multiple smaller objects which cover the same 'area'? Always. With one cube, you are calculating 8 points and then rendering a texture over the area (and maybe ...
Edit: Alright, went through a proxy and grabbed the file just fine. Not sure why my computer doesn't like that server. First thing I notice: You cannot alt-tab out. Well, you can, but even when you open up another window, the program still controls your mouse. Second, if possible, I'd try generating...
Interesting... I honestly have no clue how much the processor affects the speed of the program or much else for that matter. As far as my full specs go: Intel i7 - 920 @ 2.67GHz () - 4 "real" cores (8 with multi-threading) NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT x 2 in SLI - 512 MB each 12 GB DDR3 RAM - NB: 2140 MHz...
Got some inspiration from: http://processing.org/learning/topics/firecube.html I might go ahead and add the 3D rotating cube in the future, but for now I'm happy with my spinning circle/fireball. Learned a lot about the image buffer and screen buffer with this. Before I started using the buffers, th...
- Sep 07, 2009 4:15
- Forum: Projects
- Topic: PDF Viewer with smooth scrolling (not a big project =p )
- Replies: 7
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Sooo pretttyyyy. I've used both Adobe Acrobat and Foxit, and on my slower machine I prefer Foxit... But now I prefer this :p it obviously isn't the most robust program in the world, but I think with a few little tweaks, I may make this the default. I love the feel of it :). Now I'd just recommend ad...
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If (*cast(Uinteger Ptr, gp + a Shl 2) And &HFFFFFF) = &HFF00FF Then Continue For
Kris buddy, I think you meant to do:
If (*cast(Uinteger Ptr, gp + a Shl 2) And &HFFFFFF) = &HFFFF00 Then Continue For
For those who would like to test it, Windows 7 Beta is now available for download here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/ Just doing a few tests, I haven't run into any issues thus far with FreeBASIC and Windows 7. I will be continuing to test various programs and libraries, and I encourag...
- Jan 05, 2009 1:52
- Forum: Community Discussion
- Topic: Alternative Logo Set for FreeBASIC
- Replies: 16
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By the way, the links in the original post just give me a "page not found" error. Opps, sorry about that. Moved some images around on the server recently and missed that one. Fixed :) edit: The horse is simply the logo for historical reasons. Sure we don't have to have it, but why not? From a symbo...