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Hello I am heaving a little problem on glTexCoord2f: I made a wall with vertex. I have all the sizes of this wall, like Width, height, etc. i want to fill my wall with a texture that i''ve alread loaded. How do i have to calculate the glTexCoord2f to fill my wall with the texture ? (not to strech) Thank you

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do you have the texture mapped to the wall already and it is stretched?

if so you probly have code like this

glTexCoord2f(1.0f, 0.0f);

try this out:
for every 1.0f change to 2.0f or 3.0f

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Thats it. i dont want to calculate how many times my image is going to multiplicate. I want something to do it automaticly

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How about the x coord beeing width?
That should be OK if your wall looks ok at 1 by 1 size,
but otherwise just make the coord: width * (value that you decided upon in previous post).

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Alread did it. Width_of_the_image * width_of_the_wall.

But something wrong happens. Cause the size of the image can be 128 pixels. But if i put a size of 128 in the wall, the wall will be very very bigger than the image. Theyer sizes are in different method. Did u understand ?

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That don''t sound right...

First: are you sure you are using the width of the wall (not, for instance, the highest x coord)?

I think my last explanation was a bit s***y..

If your wall textured wall looks ok when the wall is rendered by:

glTexCoord2f(0,0); glVertex3f(0,0);
glTexCoord2f(0,1); glVertex3f(0,1);
glTexCoord2f(1,1); glVertex3f(1,1);
glTexCoord2f(1,0); glVertex3f(1,0); //(not checked )

then all you need to do is to render your wall using:

glTexCoord2f(0,0); glVertex3f(*,*);
glTexCoord2f(0,hite); glVertex3f(*,*);
glTexCoord2f(width,hite); glVertex3f(*,*);
glTexCoord2f(width,0); glVertex3f(*,*); //(not checked )

This will make the texture the same streched-ness on both walls.

If not then...

(maybe later)

http://www.fana.co.uk/

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No. Didnt worked. The image got repeated like a houndred times.
Ps.: The image is 128 x 128.

Anything else that i can try ?

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So, when the wall is rendering from 1,1 to 3,3, what would your system say the width is?

I would say that width = 2 and hite is 2.

This _will_ work with previos system...

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