Usually a flat surface onto which information is visually presented. The screen of a computer is sometimes called a monitor.

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C# different resolutions compatible application

Can you give me a quick tour for an application which has to work in different resolutions. It's a game, with lot's of graphics and images and effects. We are using C#. The game is simple 2D, looking ...
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Secondary monitor freezes game window

I was bored and dragging my game window around the screen and noticed something interesting. When I drag my game window over to my secondary monitor, the screen updating just completely freezes. Is ...
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How should the actual game interface with the menu system

I'm using the Game State Management (GSM) concept in my prototype and I like it very much. One of the screen has a "Game" embeded in it, where all the "good stuff" happens. The menu launching the game ...
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LWJGL Rendering a 2D Object at a Certain Position On-Screen

Okay, so in LWJGL, how can I render a 2D object (maybe for like a menu, or meter that shows up on screen during the game), and have control over size and position on screen? So I can tell it what ...
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LWJGL Determining whether or not a polygon is on-screen

Not sure whether this is an LWJGL or math question. I want to check whether a shape is on-screen, so that I don't have to render it if it isn't. First of all, is there any simple way to do this that I ...
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Isometric screen to 3D world coordinates efficiently

Been having a difficult time transforming 2D screen coordinates to 3D isometric space. This is the situation where I am working in 3D but I have an orthographic camera. Then my camera is positioned at ...
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What's a good way to handle game screen management in WPF?

What would be the preferred way of handling game screens in WPF (conforming to MVVM)? I'm not asking about game states but the actual mechanics of presenting various screens. Do I implement screens ...
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Good practices in screen states management? [duplicate]

I wonder what are the best ways to organize different screens in a game? I am thinking of it like this: Inheriting a base State class, and overriding update and render methods, to handle the current ...
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Making sense of the Game State manager tutorial?

I have come across the Game State Managemnet tutorial at http://create.msdn.com/en-US/education/catalog/sample/game_state_management because I thought this would be a good place to start a game off. ...
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Minimum target resolution for a desktop PC/Mac Game?

Lets assume I start a new PC/Mac desktop (not netbook) game today that will take something like one year to be released publicly and that is a lot about graphic details (not realistics, just ...
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What are the technical reasons that make it difficult for a game to be maximized in windowed mode?

I am curious as to why most games do not have a mode in which you can easily move your cursor outside the game window to another monitor for example? World of Warcraft maximized window does this ...
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How to deal with differences between 2D screen coordinates and Cartesian coordinates

Most 2D screen/bitmap coordinate systems have the positive Y axis pointing down (with the the origin in the upper left corner). This is counter to how most people think geometrically with the ...