Author Topic: How to doing a transparency clearscreen?  (Read 2123 times)

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I dont use clearscreen at all for the main drawings of the backgrounds.

But I doing drawing sprites using pngs with alpha, and I drawing them to a offscreen screen (USESCREEN 2). This is for avoid eventuelly seams artifact when scaled down.

This is not a option of course for the backbuffer, but its would been very neat to do that on offscreen screens aswell.

etc doing someting like CLEARSCREEN -2 for no color wipeout? (howover -1 could do that IF used other than screen 0).

I tried using CREATESCREEN in each frame, but is painfully slow....

Code: GLBasic [Select]
        LOCAL frame, animframe, w, h
        USESCREEN 2
        GETSPRITESIZE frame, w, h
        CREATESCREEN 2, frame, w, h
        USESCREEN 2
        DrawMap(animframe, scr_X, 40, 0, 0, w, h)
« Last Edit: 2011-May-04 by spacefractal »
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Re: How to doing a transparency clearscreen?
« Reply #1 on: 2011-May-04 »
Nice idea. So far try:
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DRAWRECT 0,0,999,999,RGB(0,0,0) // will draw black colour _AND_ transparent alpha