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Hello!!! I have a small problem with C++ DirectX 8. In program, which I am creating, I am using two objects from .3DS files. First I loaded the object which was nearer me, later the farther object. I ran my program and... I saw the farther object through the nearer object. How can I avoid this problem? Please, answer quickly.

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Are you sure you''re not thinking "right hand" and using "left hand" coordinates?

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Are you sure you''re not thinking "right hand" and using "left hand" coordinates?

or are you using alpha values for transparency?..

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It seems like a zbuffer problem, are you sure you setup it?

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When I am using Z-buffer I have the same problem - I see the farther object through the nearer one. I am not using transparency at all.

I don''t know anything about "right hand" and "left hand" coordinates. Please, tell me more about them. Maybe, there is really something wrong with coordinates that I am using.

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