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[.net] VB.Net & DirectX9

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Ok, I'm kinda new to the .net thing, and the DirectX thing, so I'm sorry if this seems like an obvious question. How do you put a Direct3D window in a VB form, like in a PictureBox or something. That way I have the Windows looking program with buttons, radiobuttons, menus, etc. and a little window showing my 3D world. I'm sure you can do it, maybe not in a PictureBox, but on the form somehow, I just have no idea how. If someone could point me to tutorial I would really apreciate it. Thanks.

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When you are creating the device, you simply pass a refrence to a PictureBox (or any other Control for that matter).

Maybe you should check 3D-Level's Artificial Heart.
It is a really cool managed DX engine that simplifies programming with DX.

[Edited by - CWIZO on July 7, 2004 12:10:19 PM]

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