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16 bit color and ddbltfx

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Could you use?

red = ff0000h
blue = 00ff00h
green = 0000ffh

would that be the same as using the rgb macro? I have never tried it before because I don't use dx's color fill.

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You should always check the pixelformat of your surface(s) using
IDirecrDrawSurface::GetPixelFormat
If you don't, your colors could be messed up on other video cards.
(That was a problem i had, not long ago)

SeeYa...

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I'm doing a colorfill for a certain region, so I call the Blt function and pass the ddbltfx structure. But how do I get the color I want for ddbltfx.dwFillColor.

For example, what value do I pass to dwFillColor to get pure red, or pure green, or pure blue? (I'm new with 16 bit color)Thanks for your help.

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