i love the dx9 stuff now, compared to the dx8 crop of programmable hardware it's so much less restrictive. as an addition, if you're *really really* interested in directx on the pc, you can get on the dx9 beta and get the 2004 summer update sdk, which has an early version of a neat tool for windows, similar to pix. great stuff
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2004-03-04 18:44 Post: #21
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2004-03-04 19:07 Post: #22
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