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Offline wow

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« Posted 2005-05-24 02:21:16 »

dear all,
    I am writing a applet board  game, with all the background components are swing components, how can i move an object smoothly on the screen? I have tried many examples and tutorials about applet animation and double buffering. I found that for the examples about the buffering to work well, the background of the examples are static image or some very simple pattern that can be drawn easily but not swing components. How can I move an object on a backgroud that is formed by many swing components and the number of components are dynamic generated?
thx alot  Smiley
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-05-24 22:08:45 »

If i understand you corretcly the answer is the same as the answer to "how can i dig a house foundation with a screw-driver?"

You are trying to use the wrong tools for the job.  Swing was never designed for high frame-rate interactive applications.




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« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-05-24 23:10:09 »

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You are trying to use the wrong tools for the job.  Swing was never designed for high frame-rate interactive applications.


Huh? Works for me...bar the difficulty of getting mice to work in windows Sad

EDIT: not that I'm saying he *should* be doing what he's doing Wink, and several components (as I've bitched about before) are crap at it, but Swing is certainly capable of highframe rates and interactivity perfectly well, no?

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2005-05-25 01:23:43 »

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Huh? Works for me...bar the difficulty of getting mice to work in windows Sad

EDIT: not that I'm saying he *should* be doing what he's doing Wink, and several components (as I've bitched about before) are crap at it, but Swing is certainly capable of highframe rates and interactivity perfectly well, no?


can u give me some hints or examples about highframes rate in swing ? thx
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