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Old 12-20-2004, 04:19 AM
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I see looking at this that it referes to C++ and C# only?

Does this mean this version no longer supports VB.NET?

Have been out of circuit for best part of year and want to try to get back into DirectX

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I see looking at this that it referes to C++ and C# only?

Does this mean this version no longer supports VB.NET?

Have been out of circuit for best part of year and want to try to get back into DirectX

Thnx
This Version of DirectX support VB.net too.
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I see looking at this that it referes to C++ and C# only?

Does this mean this version no longer supports VB.NET?

Have been out of circuit for best part of year and want to try to get back into DirectX

Thnx
It does support it, but there are no user samples for VB.Net, I would go back to pre october release to get the samples for VB.Net and convert them for the changes to the latest SDK..
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Welcome back Hog.

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It does support it, but there are no user samples for VB.Net, I would go back to pre october release to get the samples for VB.Net and convert them for the changes to the latest SDK..
Well, I usually never uninstall the previous versions. So I get to keep all the samples and goodies .

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DirectX 09c SDK Summer 2004
Shouldn't it be 9.0c.

By the way, there's a later verion out (I beleive it's the December update).
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Shouldn't it be 9.0c.

By the way, there's a later verion out (I beleive it's the December update).
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Anybody know of any compelling reason to get the December Update? It'd be nice if they fixed the Overloads to DrawText.
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thanks chaps

I shall go and get the October version....

Been out of it all too long so I guess I have to start right from the beginning again.

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Good news! If you add a reference to the 1.0.2903.0 version of Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3DX the DrawText overload problem goes away.

Woo Hoo!
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Well Hog if you've got a fast connection you should get the December update .

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