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problem with 3d in DBPro

problem with 3d in DBPro

problem with 3d in DBPro

(OP)
i have this code:

CODE

t# = 1.0
backdrop off : sync on : autocam on : sync rate 0
load object "C:\owing.3ds",1
cls
do
   t# = wrapvalue(t#+1.0)
   yrotate object 1,t
loop

but if i start the program, nothing happens. Am i doing something wrong?

RE: problem with 3d in DBPro

You need to add a 'Sync' in your loop there to update the screen once each time through the loop.

RE: problem with 3d in DBPro

(OP)
Still doesn`t work....

RE: problem with 3d in DBPro

You forgot to put a # after your t:

t# = 1.0
backdrop off : sync on : autocam on : sync rate 0
load object "C:\owing.3ds",1
cls
do
   t# = wrapvalue(t#+1.0)
   yrotate object 1,t#
loop

RE: problem with 3d in DBPro

nice pick svenn...I didn't even see that.  Even still, I think he's still going to need a 'sync' if he's using 'sync on'.

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