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Hey, I'm trying to pass bone weights as one of my vertex attributes for animation. I have also successfully passed bone indices as UBYTE4's, but when I try to do the same for the weights, I get the following errors: Direct3D9: Decl Validator: X290: (Element Error) (Decl Element [3]) Declaration can't map to fixed function FVF because the type for this element is unsupported. Direct3D9: Decl Validator: X249: (Element Error) (Decl Element [3]) Declaration can't map to fixed function FVF because blendweight must use D3DDECLTYPE_FLOAT1/2/3/4. Does anyone have any idea why I'm getting these? I know that Bone Weights can be pass as unsigned bytes, because i've looked at code that does it. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find a difference between my code and there's, so it's a mystery to me. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in Advance, c

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wow...I'm really slipping on the proofreading...sorry about all that

Hey,

I'm trying to pass bone weights as one of my vertex attributes for animation. I have also successfully passed bone indices as UBYTE4's, but when I try to do the same for the weights, I get the following errors:

Direct3D9: Decl Validator: X290: (Element Error) (Decl Element [3]) Declaration can't map to fixed function FVF because the type for this element is unsupported.

Direct3D9: Decl Validator: X249: (Element Error) (Decl Element [3]) Declaration can't map to fixed function FVF because blendweight must use D3DDECLTYPE_FLOAT1/2/3/4.

Does anyone have any idea why I'm getting these? I know that Bone Weights can be **passed** as unsigned bytes, because i've looked at code that does it. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find a difference between my code and **their's**, so it's a mystery to me. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in Advance,
c

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