maxc at mac.com
Mon Aug 25 11:31:00 PDT 2003
On Monday, August 25, 2003, at 10:57 AM, Atrix Wolfe wrote:
> Max, you ever try painting?
> when you paint a square and then let it dry and paint a circle
> partialy over
> the square, doesnt the circle apear over the square?
> This is the same reason when you draw one image after another, it
> above the other image.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Max Countryman" <maxc at mac.com>
> To: <sdl at libsdl.org>
> Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 10:37 AM
> Subject: Re: [SDL] Layers
>> Ok, now I am really confused. No, I am running a double buffered main
>> surface. But what you are saying makes absolutely no sense at all! Why
>> should one image appear over the other? Where and how do you define
>> this??? As far as I can see, there is NO reason for one image to
>> over the other...
>> On Sunday, August 24, 2003, at 11:09 PM, NBarnes wrote:
>>> --- Max Countryman <maxc at mac.com> wrote:
>>>> Ok... I still don't understand why one image should appear above
>>>> another. Right now my two images are fighting to be on top of
>>>> one-another. Causing a horrible flicker. I thought that I should
>>>> to somehow tell one image to be on top of the other...
>>> That sounds like you might not be using a double buffered surface
>>> as your main display and then calling SDL_Flip(mainDisplay) to
>>> change the view. Updating the surface when it's being displayed
>>> can cause effects like you describe.
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