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Re: [Bug-gnubg] 3d screenshot

From: Jon Kinsey
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] 3d screenshot
Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 10:36:26 +0100
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Petr Kadlec wrote:

Hi all!

At 08:38 09.05.2004 +0000, Joern Thyssen wrote:

Can anyone post a screenshot of the 3D board?

I wanted to take a shot, so I have downloaded the latest build from Nardy's site (0.14.2-dev 1.1578 040503) and tried to enable the 3D board (normally I use 2D board). And -- I was unable to do that. As I have switched to 3D board, the preview window is drawn correctly, but when I click OK, the DOS box comes out with error message "[Invalid UTF-8] OpenGL Error: neplatnß operace" (OpenGL Error: invalid operation). That "[Invalid UTF-8]" part is probably simple to explain: I guess that is because the "neplatnß operace" is not in UTF-8, as it comes from some system message catalog and is directly in Windows-1250.
But what should be that "invalid operation"?
The error message could not be ignored, the board is completely screwed up, either it is not visible at all, or some parts of it are missing, etc. The message is repeated when the board is redrawn.
Any ideas?

It's strange that the preview board draws ok as this uses the same code.
What happens if you start up in 3d mode? (change the boardtype=3 in gnubgautrc manually if you can't save the settings).

If you selected shadows or quick drawing, try turning them off.


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