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directx "how to" question

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Im playing a game that used directx and i want to write at little
program to do some stuff for me ingame, however before i can do that
there is one problem i have to solve, and i have no idea how.

I want to "excamine" a few specific pixel to test what color they have.
i know i sound pretty simple, but i for one have no idea about how its
done.

regards

Apr 16 '06 #1
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fe**********@hotmail.com wrote:
Im playing a game that used directx and i want to write at little
program to do some stuff for me ingame, however before i can do that
there is one problem i have to solve, and i have no idea how.

I want to "excamine" a few specific pixel to test what color they have.
i know i sound pretty simple, but i for one have no idea about how its
done.


directx your question to a newsgroup about directx.

Apr 16 '06 #2

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fe**********@hotmail.com wrote:
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I want to "excamine" a few specific pixel to test what color they
have. i know i sound pretty simple, but i for one have no idea about
how its done.


Neither do we. C++ has no concept of "pixel" or "color". Please ask in
the newsgroup dedicated to DirectX. Try 'microsoft.public.*' hierarchy.

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