[Bf-committers] Re: [Bf-blender-cvs] CVS
drawobject.c drawview.c editmesh_mods.c
stephane.soppera at wanadoo.fr
Thu Sep 30 03:16:52 CEST 2004
Ton Roosendaal wrote:
> Hrms, I've removed the code already for zbuffer value checks, it was
> just too unreliable with edges
I noticed that.
> or slightly non-planar quads. I also wanted to have proper edge
> selection for subsurf-optimal draw, not possible with previous
> method. Plus the zbuf method didnt even work on linux with newer ATIs.
What do you think of the method I gave in my previous mail?
> I rather check on what exactly is wrong with your gfx setup. Whats
> your card?
A Matrox MGA G200 (quite old card) with (only) 8Mo Video RAM.
(maybe this problem won't last long for me since I'm seriously thinking
upgrading my configuration ;-)
The problem is reproduced on both Windows and Linux as long as hardware
acceleration is used (on window, in 24 or 32bit mode, software rendering
is used so it works and on linux hardware acceleration is possible only
> I can give some hints for (or a patch) with prints in the code.
It seems that sample_backbuf function does not return correct values.
In framebuffer_to_index function, 16bits is used.
What kind of print do you need? Maybe should it be possible to dump the
content of the backbuffer into an image file? Is it possible with
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