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Drawing with D3DX10Font changes draw order?

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I'm writing a debug console into my DX10 2D game project. The console displays/hides when the user presses '~'. I'm using D3DX10Font's DrawTextA() function to draw the console's lines of text to the screen. The console is off by default, so its first draw occurs the first time '~' is pressed. Once the console has drawn, I'm getting unexpected changes in draw-order for the other drawn objects in the app. For instance, the following code usually draws the hero on top of a quad:
// Draw our objects
g_pHero->draw();
g_pQuadHolder->draw();
DebugConsole::Instance()->draw(); // Checks internally, only draws if console is active	

But once the debug console has drawn once, the hero is always drawn behind the quad. There are no changes to the hero's, or the quad's locations. The debug console uses the following code to draw its text:
m_pSprite->Begin( D3DX10_SPRITE_SAVE_STATE );
RECT rect = { 5, 5, 0, 0 };
D3DXCOLOR white( 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f );
m_pFont->DrawTextA( 0, m_displayInput.c_str(), m_displayInput.size(), &rect, DT_NOCLIP, white );
m_pSprite->End();

Why does the change in draw-order occur?

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I'm not familiar with DX10 so I may just be blowing smoke, but you might try commenting out the m_pSprite lines in the console draw function.

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