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How can I draw multiple lines connected via “nodes” with SlimDX?
I currently read out XML data with the following scheme: Position x,y,z I try to add one new Vertex for each position node and add it to a Vertex array. Then I try to render this list of vertices so ...
Aug 7 '11 at 13:38
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