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Hi! I'm trying to build my own 3D engine using D3D9 and I'm having a problem involving matrix stacks and lights. I want to make a light stay at a fixed location in my world, but it moves as I move :(( ... If I don't use a matrix stack I achieve this effect, but as soon as I switch back to the matrix stack the light moves along with me :(. I found some explanations at www.opengl.org about matrix stacks and lights but the rules do not seem to aply to D3D as I can't notice any difference. I've searched the net and found nothing envolving matrix stacks and lights under D3D. Does anyone have any experience with this topic?! Please help. I don't want code ... only an idee will do ... at least the mathematical explanation for matrix stacks and light positions ... I'll try to understand myself ... but I need somekind of a starting point ... than k u :)

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Have you tried searching MSDN for information pertaining to D3D9's matrices etc. I am a fan of OpenGL, but I know that Microsoft stores all of their documentation for D3D on the MSDN site for it. Click here to go to their main developers page for DirectX. You could also just search their library also. Sorry I couldn't be of more help, Good luck!

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