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3d Views Front Back Top etc

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I have a problem in giving mesh two views like fornt,back,top etc at same time one screen using directx9 and vc++,any body give me idea how to do what i do first.thanks

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Thanks to reply Sir,

In Dialog box if i used two 3d windows its through exception.Have you give me some code example,Thanks

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Thanks to reply Sir,

In Dialog box if i used two 3d windows its through exception.Have you give me some code example,Thanks
What exception do you get? What do the Debug Runtimes say?

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Sir,
can you give me example source code in which this operation performed.
I don't have any to hand, but it's just a case of setting up several viewports (If you're rendering to multiple regions of the same window), or just using the parameters to Present() (if you're rendering to different windows or child windowes), and rendering once per view.

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There is another way, which is to utilize swap chains... but Evil Steve is right. Here is a link to some tutorials, they might be old and the source might not compile but you can have a look at the source code.

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Plz help one more problem I want to show top side of mesh on left viewport and front side of mesh on right view port.one my screen i have also some 3d primitives so shows fornt and top view on both screen same time.kindly tell me what I do send me code example

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usman1266,
Unfortunately we cannot give you sample code for your problem, which might be because we don't have it at hand...
Also, please try coding it yourself and then asking for help about specific problems you might encounter. We are here to help as much as we can.

For the most part, some of us are busy at work and cannot at request either write the sample code or dig around the internet (google) to find sample code which a simple google would've produced for you anyway.

I am sorry.

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