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"Programming a Multiplayer FPS" Mesh Problems

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For a while now I have been following the book "Programming a Multiplayer FPS in DirectX" by Vaughan Young and so far it has been great. However, have have run into a problem when importing my own meshes from Blender. When I export a .X file from Blender, it opens properly in the DirectX viewer and it even works in the example code from DirectXTutorial.com. When the mesh is loaded into the engine from the book however (chapters 8 and 9) the mesh has three things wrong with it: 1. the mesh is super small. 2. The normals seem to be inverted i.e. I could see the texture on the back face through the near face (if that makes sense).by changing the coordinate system switch in the exporter to Right-handed mode. 3. The mesh is rotated 90 degrees. I have tried several different exporters for Blender and they all yield the same results. I set the "Swap zy" and "Flip z" settings in the exporter so that Y is the upwards direction and so that the left-handed coordinate system is used. Has anyone else encountered similar problems or got some ideas? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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