I'm having a strange issue that I cannot seem to remedy. I am doing some prototyping with Pygame on a desktop running windows and a laptop running OS X. Both are running python v2.7.3 (installed via ...
I know I can take a color and multiply it by a float to reduce its alpha like that: Color color = Color.Green * 0.15f; But how do I return the color's alpha to it's original value? I tried doing ...
Using OpenGL1.1 (sadly) I'm trying to draw a cube, which is colored and alpha blended. It is instead showing up as opaque black. Even without including alpha in the color it still shows up as opaque ...
Suppose I have a semi-transparent object (let's call this "bubble"), a solid object (let's call this "wall"), and the bubble is closer to the camera compared to the wall behind it. If I draw the ...