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Heh, cool... now here comes the hard part: Is it possible to make it capture a part of the screen behind the game window without having the game window disappear? I'm trying to do this every step so it's ALWAYS "transparent", but of course I need to use window_set_visible(false) to get the screen behind the window, so every step the screen flashes (30 times per second=unplayable game)...
Posted 01 June 2005 - 10:21 PM
Posted 01 June 2005 - 10:43 PM
But then how do I do it with the in/out of focus? There is no way (without a DLL) to check if the window is out-of-focus, and even if there was, the window would flash when that happened...
Posted 02 June 2005 - 02:34 AM
Thats not what I meant by fake... I never said it was a doctored photo. What I meant by fake is that the window is not actually transparent it just has the background of the screenshot, and it uses a view to change the position and makes it look like it transparent. I'ved done that exact thing too... But you misunderstood what I meant by fake transparency.
Its not fake,
the following is true!
1) The image in the gm window was not edited its exactly as shown
2) The program was not edited other than the values of an x and y for the background
3) The bears are not superimposed
4) The screenshot was taken with the DLL and sent to gm with no editing
5) Other than smudging, Adobe photoshop was not used to edit the image
EDIT: Oh yeah i took out the buttons cause i didnt want them, if you want i could take another screenie with the buttons. But i promise you the image there is exactly as shown (except for the smudging)
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