Growl-style onscreen logging for openFrameworks. Because sometime, you just want to log to your screen.
ofxNotify will render strings to the top right of your screen, and forget all about them after a set time.
This is useful if you want to have some visual feedback after you've applied an action by pressing a keyboard shortcut, for example.
Use ofxNotify just as you would use modern ofLog(), by using the stream "<<" operator.
ofxNotify() << "Hello world";
Remember, you can also pass in numbers, without extra fuss (even if you want to express British dilemmas):
ofxNotify() << "We wanted to have " << 2 << " more pints, but it was past " << 11 << " o'clock, ";
Don't forget to include a call to ofxNotify::draw(); in your draw loop!
Included. See reference render:
♥ openFrameworks > 007