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I'm a Newbie who has only been using VB for a year or so
and I am developing a driving game. Is there a quicker way
than drawing all the graphics over again to make it move
forward? Somebody pleaseeeeeeeee answer me! I'm going mad!

DK91
Nov 20 '05 #1
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"DK91" <HA***********@nowhere.com> schrieb
I'm a Newbie who has only been using VB for a year or so
and I am developing a driving game. Is there a quicker way
than drawing all the graphics over again to make it move
forward?
Probably: No
Somebody pleaseeeeeeeee answer me! I'm going mad!
http://msdn.microsoft.com/nhp/defaul...entid=28000410
DK91


Wrong. Right:DX9.0
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Armin

Nov 20 '05 #2

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-----Original Message-----
"DK91" <HA***********@nowhere.com> schrieb
I'm a Newbie who has only been using VB for a year or so
and I am developing a driving game. Is there a quicker way than drawing all the graphics over again to make it move
forward?
Probably: No
Somebody pleaseeeeeeeee answer me! I'm going mad!


http://msdn.microsoft.com/nhp/default.asp?

contentid=28000410
DK91


Wrong. Right:DX9.0
--
Armin

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What the?...

DK91

P.S. That was a lot of **** help!
Nov 20 '05 #3

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"DK91" <HA***********@nowhere.com> schrieb
-----Original Message-----
"DK91" <HA***********@nowhere.com> schrieb
I'm a Newbie who has only been using VB for a year or so
and I am developing a driving game. Is there a quicker way than drawing all the graphics over again to make it move
forward?


Probably: No
Somebody pleaseeeeeeeee answer me! I'm going mad!


http://msdn.microsoft.com/nhp/default.asp?

contentid=28000410
DK91


Wrong. Right:DX9.0
--
Armin

.


What the?...

DK91

P.S. That was a lot of **** help!

1. I said: "Probably: No". There is nothing more I can say about it.

2. Did you follow the link?

3. DX9.0 was a joke. ha ha. :-(
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Armin

Nov 20 '05 #4

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I laughed.

But back to the thread, DK91...

How are you drawing the graphics again? Are you drawing the graphics
directly onto the form, or onto an image object, then onto the form. I
suggest modifying your form's contructor to enable Double Buffering, then
drawing onto an image object and then drawing the image:

Public Sub New()
'WinForms Stuff

Me.SetStyle(ControlStyles.DoubleBuffer, True)
End Sub

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: "DK91" <HA***********@nowhere.com> schrieb
: >
: > >-----Original Message-----
: > >"DK91" <HA***********@nowhere.com> schrieb
: > >> I'm a Newbie who has only been using VB for a year or so
: > >> and I am developing a driving game. Is there a quicker
: > way
: > >> than drawing all the graphics over again to make it move
: > >> forward?
: > >
: > >Probably: No
: > >
: > >> Somebody pleaseeeeeeeee answer me! I'm going mad!
: > >
: > >http://msdn.microsoft.com/nhp/default.asp?
: > contentid=28000410
: > >
: > >> DK91
: > >
: > >Wrong. Right:DX9.0
: > >
: > >
: > >--
: > >Armin
: > >
: > >.
: > >
: >
: > What the?...
: >
: > DK91
: >
: > P.S. That was a lot of **** help!
:
:
: 1. I said: "Probably: No". There is nothing more I can say about it.
:
: 2. Did you follow the link?
:
: 3. DX9.0 was a joke. ha ha. :-(
:
:
: --
: Armin
:
Nov 20 '05 #5

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