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Marc aka Foddex

Orthogonal projection problems

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[I use DirectX 7!] I'm trying to setup a orthogonal projection matrix, so I can render faces as if they were 2D. The problem that I have is that nothing shows up on my screen. I do the following: Once at startup:
// create orthogonal projection matrix for this window

D3DXMatrixOrtho(&m_orthogonal_projection_matrix, (float)m_videowindow_width, (float)m_videowindow_height, -1, 1);
When I want to render '2D faces', I setup the world and projection matrix once like this:
m_d3ddevice->SetTransform(D3DTRANSFORMSTATE_PROJECTION, (D3DMATRIX *)&m_orthogonal_projection_matrix);
m_d3ddevice->SetTransform(D3DTRANSFORMSTATE_WORLD, (D3DMATRIX *)&m_orthogonal_world_matrix);
Then the function that renders a 2D quad looks like this:
void RendererEngine_Direct3D::Draw2DTexturedRectangle(int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2)
	float x1f = (float)x1, y1f = (float)y1, x2f = (float)x2, y2f = (float)y2;
	float vertices[5*4] = 
		/*pos*/x1f, y1f, 0, /*texcoord*/ 0, 0,
		/*pos*/x2f, y1f, 0, /*texcoord*/ 1, 0,
		/*pos*/x2f, y2f, 0, /*texcoord*/ 1, 1,
		/*pos*/x1f, y2f, 0, /*texcoord*/ 0, 1,
	m_d3ddevice->DrawPrimitive(D3DPT_TRIANGLEFAN, D3DFVF_XYZ | D3DFVF_TEX1, vertices, 4, 0);
Can anyone point out to me the mistake I must be making? Thanks in advance! Marc [edited by - Marc aka Foddex on April 23, 2004 5:01:36 AM]

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Damn, I figured it out myself... Isn''t it always so that when you answer the question on the net, that a few seconds later you see the light?

Anyway, I had locked the device context for other 2D stuff (like drawing fonts and such), and that kinda got in the way of all the Direct3D action! A simple ReleaseDC and GetDC did the trick

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