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[JAVA3D-INTEREST] "render Graphics2D DrawPixel disabled" ???

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Anonymous

Anybody know what the following messages mean?

, Java 3D 1.3.2.
Java 3D: render Graphics2D DrawPixel disabled
Java 3D: background texture is enabled

I get'em each time I start my application.
I'm using Fedora Core 2 (linux kernel 2.6.6)
jdk 1.5.0 build 58 and java3d 1.3.2 build 4.

-- Russell

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Russell East

Ok, no problems. Was just wondering if presence of JAI might affect
anything.
-- Russell

Kevin Rushforth wrote:

>They're debugging messages. You can ignore them. Since they aren't
>particularly helpful, I'll turn them off in the next build.
>
>-- Kevin
>
>
>On Tue, 2004-07-20 at 16:32, Russell East wrote:
>
>
>>Anybody know what the following messages mean?
>>
>> , Java 3D 1.3.2.
>> Java 3D: render Graphics2D DrawPixel disabled
>> Java 3D: background texture is enabled
>>
>>I get'em each time I start my application.
>>I'm using Fedora Core 2 (linux kernel 2.6.6)
>>jdk 1.5.0 build 58 and java3d 1.3.2 build 4.
>>
>>-- Russell
>>

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bumpert
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Is it helpfull to have this one "Java 3D: Graphics2D DrawPixel enabled" ? I use J3D 1.3.2

thx

kcr
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> Is it helpfull to have this one "Java 3D: Graphics2D
> DrawPixel enabled" ? I use J3D 1.3.2

You should only see this if you explicitly use "-Dj3d.g2ddrawpixel=true". This is not really a recommended option. Most graphics cards perform better using a textured quad (the default) than they do with DrawPixels.

-- Kevin

bumpert
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I know, but my real question was: is it really helpfull to have this debug line for user? I mean if the users have this line it's because he had this line to the JRE parameters, so it already know. But it was only a little question related with this topic i saw, i don't really matter having this line in my console.

thx for help

kcr
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Oh, I see. We print out a message to System.err whenever a j3d.* property is set. Our thinking was that we should inform the user if the default behavior has been changed. Do others find these messages helpful, or do you feel they are redundant?

-- Kevin

aces
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>Do others find these messages helpful, or do you feel they are redundant?

I like very much to know when non-default properties options are turned on.

bumpert
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Thx a lot, that answer my question. It's helpfull for somes peoples. :)

Thx, bumpert

Kevin Rushforth

They're debugging messages. You can ignore them. Since they aren't
particularly helpful, I'll turn them off in the next build.

-- Kevin

On Tue, 2004-07-20 at 16:32, Russell East wrote:
> Anybody know what the following messages mean?
>
> , Java 3D 1.3.2.
> Java 3D: render Graphics2D DrawPixel disabled
> Java 3D: background texture is enabled
>
> I get'em each time I start my application.
> I'm using Fedora Core 2 (linux kernel 2.6.6)
> jdk 1.5.0 build 58 and java3d 1.3.2 build 4.
>
> -- Russell
>
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> To unsubscribe, e-mail: interest-unsubscribe@java3d.dev.java.net
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Kevin Rushforth

> Anybody know what the following messages mean?
> >
> > , Java 3D 1.3.2.
> > Java 3D: render Graphics2D DrawPixel disabled
> > Java 3D: background texture is enabled

To answer your specific question, it just means that Graphics2D will be
done via texture mapping rather than glDrawPixels. This is the default
behavior, so printing out a message to this effect isn't helpful.

-- Kevin

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