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DirectX9.DirectDraw (C#) Transparency

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Hi, I have a surface with a black background that I would like to make transparent. How do I do this with C# and DirectX9.DirectDraw? Thanks. btw, this is how I setup the surfaces...
SurfaceDescription desc = new SurfaceDescription();
desc.Width = sWidth;
desc.Height = sHeight;
for(int i = 0; i < mySurfaces.Length; i++)
	mySurfaces = new Surface(mySurfacesPath + myPrefix + i + ".bmp", desc, dev);
  
<- My Site -> "Discipline is my sword, faith is my shield do not dive into uncertainty, and you may live to reap the rewards" - (Unreal Championship) [edited by - Krisc on May 29, 2004 3:31:32 PM]

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Nevermind I found what I was looking for...:


ColorKey ck = new ColorKey();

// and then...

mySurfaces.SetColorKey(ColorKeyFlags.SourceDraw, ck);


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"Discipline is my sword, faith is my shield
do not dive into uncertainty, and you may live to reap the rewards" - (Unreal Championship)

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