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OpenGL (Open Graphics Library) is the computer industry's standard API for defining 2-D and 3-D graphic images. OpenGL allows new hardware innovations to be accessible through the API via the OpenGL extension mechanism. It is used in CAD (Computer-aided design), virtual reality, video games, and flight simulation.

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heinezen commented Sep 8, 2020

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openage currently stores information about a game edition or expansion inside an Enum, e.g. media paths, support status, etc. We should store this information in an auxiliary file instead, similar to #1312. That would make updating and correcting game information easier as we no longer have to replace chunks of code.

The recommended appro

vortice3D commented Aug 27, 2020


In order to use gltfio animations in non-trivial projects is necessary, at least, being notified when the playing-status change (onStart and onEndReached as a minimum).

Also, it would be very nice to be able to play the animations backwards.

Best regards.

P.S. Maybe all these functionalities are already implemented, but I haven't been able to find any documentation on it.

1ec5 commented Mar 22, 2018

MGLTilePyramidOfflineRegion should have a countOfTiles method that returns the number of tiles included in the tile pyramid. The implementation would rely on the mbgl::util::tileCount() function added in #9906.

This is the iOS/macOS equivalent to #11108 for Android. It would serve as a built-in alternative to mapbox/turf-swift#47 for applications already using the map SDK, including applica

📸 A well documented, high-level Android interface that makes capturing pictures and videos easy, addressing all of the common issues and needs. Real-time filters, gestures, watermarks, frame processing, RAW, output of any size.

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vectorcharlie commented Jan 27, 2020

Currently is not possible to drop a file or group of files (or folders) from the desktop to a Panda3d window. In my case, as I am doing a media player/file sequence flipbook, it would be a great feature. Don't know if it would be useful for a game, but any kind of application that uses P3D as the backend would have a benefit of it.

RBD mentioned the following:

"On Windows, from a cursory loo

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