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is active rendering for only fullscreen applications?

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Hello,
I read from sun site about fullscreen mode and active rendering and
now I am in doubt! is active rendering for only fullscreen
applications? I am planning to develop an windowed application using
swing and it will include a lot of animations on each frame... Can I
use active rendering still? What is the best way of improving
animation speed? Or just calling the repaint() when the screen changes
is enough? (Of course I will use double buffering). Do you know any
idea about this? or some tutorial links?
Sorry for my bad English....
Thanks,
eeyimaya
Jul 17 '05 #1
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eeyimaya <ee******@hotmail.com> wrote or quoted:
I read from sun site about fullscreen mode and active rendering and
now I am in doubt! is active rendering for only fullscreen
applications?
I reckon that's what it was intended for...
What is the best way of improving animation speed?


Don't use double-buffering ;-)
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