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Hi, okay mostly perfect. But there is still a symbol I cannot find: PR_Choose_DDraw_Driver o.s. bye Felix Kollmann, DG5PT Future Interactive [http://www.futureint.com] [fkollmann@gmx.net]

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You need to make this function. See land1 demo. You can copy it from winutil.c I think. remember to extern "c" { the block

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Hi,

no, I can''t copy it because it''s not there.

It must be defined elsewhere.

bye
Felix Kollmann

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I must say that if you would put even a modest modicum of effort into these things before posting questions, you would solve your own problems.

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Hi,

oh, that''s easy to say.

I didn''t know that anybody could have the idea to do it the way Cris did.

All engines I used before used overloading to install themself and not some other files.

And there is much more to do than searching for a function the hole day. Do you really have enough time to do so?

bye
Felix Kollmann

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Both Windows and Visual C++ provide functionality to search for text across mulitple files. In Visual C++, it''s on the Edit menu, right below Find. I''ve even given it a shortcut of Ctrl+Shift+F, since it''s quite useful.

In Windows, hit F3 in any Explorer window, and you''ll get a Find dialog. Enter your text in the Containing Text box, leave Named blank or provide your desired mask, and off you go.

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Hi,

I don''t want to argue with you. I poted it and got an answer.

There''s much more to do than to initialize the engine and I didn''t want to search any longer.

I took this way. Okay.

bye
Felix Kollmann

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