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MaNiAk

HOW DO I DELETE TEXTURE OBJECTS??

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GKW    200
Me neither.

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THNX GKW! THE FUNCTION WORKS GREAT! I TYPED IN Me neither(iTextureObject) AND IT IMMEDIATLY DELETED THE OBJECT! ONCE AGAIN THNX!

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MaNiAk    122
THNX GKW! THE FUNCTION WORKS GREAT! I TYPED IN Me neither(iTextureObject) AND IT IMMEDIATLY DELETED THE OBJECT! ONCE AGAIN THNX!

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phueppl1    122
Geeeh... hehe... phew.. I don''t know if I should start my brain in order to think of it... it''s just too exhausting.. and with this heat around here in CA.. har har..

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kieren_j    100
Umm trying to sound not too offense here, but did you try glDeleteTextures .. because it, well it.. deletes textures.
Hmm. Well heres an example:


// (ID is a GLuint)
glDeleteTextures(&ID, 1);






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GKW    200
Two tips for you maniac

1. There is a button on your keyboard that says Caps Lock. Please press it once, and only once, and then don''t touch it ever again.

2. google.com - "opengl deleting texture objects" gave me the answer you were looking for on the first link. It is a good resource, try to use it.

The fanatic is incorruptible: if he kills for an idea, he can just as well get himself killed for one; in either case, tyrant or martyr, he is a monster.
--EM Cioran

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