reodor

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  1. The simplest solution is to add whatever code you need to execute after the event switch statement. This will run without any key input. An alternative is to create a background thread that does the work. This solution requires that you know multi threaded programing
  2. How to create a graphical timer in SDL_TTF?

    You need to write the number to a char buffer, then you can render it to a surface. [code]int time; char buffer[128]; sprintf(buffer, "%d", time); surface = TTF_RenderText_Blended(font, buffer, color); [/code]
  3. I am planing a TIM (the incredible machine) like game and are looking for a suitable game engine. Does anyone know of a C++ 2D game engine that supports; drag and drop, object snap, widgets, and more.