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Need Help With XNA

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Hey all,

I'm very new to programming and have decided to learn c# as my first language, I am currently working on a major project for my year 12 "Software Design and Development" class using the xna framework. I need to load an array of about 30 boxes, as well as a paddle and a ball problem is, when i try to load them only about 9 or 10 of the boxes come up on the screen and the ball and paddle aren't loaded at all. any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

P.S. Before I loaded the background I didn't have a problem getting the ball and paddle on the screen.

Thanks in advance.

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You're doing your drawing backwards. You need to draw the background first, then objects in the foreground - paddle, balls, blocks.

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yeah, try to draw first the objects further from the camera, and at last the ones closest to the camera.

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well it works, thanks biggrin.png but for some reason i need to have two identical loops for the same thing when loading the boxes or else only about half of them show up any reason for this?

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