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A problem with texture stages

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Hello, i got a problem with a program im making. I have made a fucntion that let you see one speific scene, so you don't need to look trough the whole thing before im getting to the updates. The problem is, that I made a scene, with som lights, texures and 3D models. This looks nice if I start my demo from that scene, but when I look trogh the whole thing, the scene looks awfull, becouse of the colors. Everything is much lighter/brighter than it's supposed to be =( I think it's becouse of the renderstates, that I change on an earlier scene,prob. when im using env. mapping, that dosn't change back to it's "original" states when im changing the scene(with a timer). But I canno't find witch one =(( Anyone know anything about this? Is it the renderstates that is my problem? Is there a way to change your renderstate back to the default state? -Thanks, any help wil be taken with both hands. (Sorry for my bad english) btw: If anyone want some screenshots of my problem, I can upload them to my webpage. [edited by - DigitalErr0r on December 6, 2002 10:41:33 PM]

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Her are the screenshots:
Right:http://www.digitalangels.org/digitalerror/folder/right.jpg

Wrong:http://www.digitalangels.org/digitalerror/folder/wrong.jpg


[edited by - digitalerr0r on December 7, 2002 4:59:29 AM]

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If you''re using 2 texturestages in the first scene and only one in the next, you have to turn off the second stage by setting SetTextureStageState(1, D3DTSS_COLOROP, D3DTOP_DISABLE) and SetTextureStageState(1, D3DTSS_ALPHAOP, D3DTOP_DISABLE).

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