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Drawing in the FrameBuffer

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Hi guys ! I wanna write directly on the framebuffer, but I haven't found any clue on how to do this at the moment. The idea behind this is simple : I want to be able to see the images captured with my webcam anytime, and whatever I do. So I intend to draw them on the wide screen, in half transparency, and since I don't wanna loose focus when I'm working, I thought hitting the FrameBuffer directly was the right thing to do. Any help would be most appreciated! PS : I've posted this in 2 other sections, so hope it won't bother. Ishraam

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PS : I've posted this in 2 other sections, so hope it won't bother.


Yes, it did. They're gone now.

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-K.sorry for the trouble.

Anyway, I have forgotten to say that I'm working under Windows. I know directFB is what I would need if I were under Linux, but that's not the case.

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