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Old 02-14-2006, 06:28 AM
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Ok i decided to show my friends at school what ive been doing in directx, but when i put it on the school computers it gave me a error when i went to run it. Anyone know how to fix this?
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Old 02-14-2006, 03:13 PM
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Your school's computers need to have the following installed:

The .NET Runtimes in order to get .NET applications to run, and
DirectX 9.0# installed, where # is the subversion you are using, otherwise, none of the appropriate classes/methods will exist.
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Old 02-15-2006, 09:31 AM
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Thanks for the help. Is there anyway i can include the .net items on a cd or somthing so it can just run (or withing the zip file)
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Old 02-15-2006, 11:58 AM
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sorry one more thing, does anyone know any tutorials on how to intigrate mouse control into the program? i made one for another non direct x programe awhile ago but when i put it in here it didnt read it, does direct x not like forms in vb?
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sorry one more thing, does anyone know any tutorials on how to intigrate mouse control into the program? i made one for another non direct x programe awhile ago but when i put it in here it didnt read it, does direct x not like forms in vb?
What kinda mousecontrol? You want to look around with the mouse like in a FPS, or move a character in an RPG, click items you draw, what what what?

And how DX feels about forms I do not know...not sure what you mean by that, try to clearify.

Edit: Maybe try to tell us what this program does, so it'll be easier to help.
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Thanks for the help. Is there anyway i can include the .net items on a cd or somthing so it can just run (or withing the zip file)
You'd have to install them. You would have to get your school to download the .NET runtimes so that you don't have to worry about it.
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alright, my mouse question is for a first person shooter, lol basicly ignore my example. and my school has the .net program installed so to me i would think thats what i need.
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If you've got the option installed then you can use the "Setup and Deployment Projects" to create an MSI which will give you all of the correct DLLs that your application is using.
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Old 02-17-2006, 11:44 AM
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thanks, for the help on getting others to view my project, any good mouse tutorials for a fps out there?
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