I am using Imgui OpenGL3 render backend with win32 backend in a DLL I created. With the host program, I only show the UI and render it. But the Imgui screen is constantly flickering. Also, when the host grabs and drags the window and minimizes it to the taskbar, it doesn’t show anything. The background ..
I’m currently working on a project that I want to display a "Setting", an angle, and symbol (up arrow, down arrow and check mark) at the same time (the value of the angle will change and when the value is in a certain threshold, the symbol will change). We have managed to get the "setting ..
On one of the forums, I managed to find an example of rendering an overlay using the interception of the SwapBuffers function guidedhacking.com I redid the code a bit, put it together and found that the overlay is drawn, but sometimes flickers. As it were, it disappears for a millisecond and appears. int WINAPI Overlay::__SwapBuffers(HDC ..
I’m trying to make a simple animation using FLTK(a circle with increasing and decreasing radius). I’ve managed to write a simple program that seems to work, but the animation flickers. The circle disappears for a couple of milliseconds and then gets back. I’ve changed Fl_Window class to Fl_Double_Window, but that didn’t fix this problem. class ..
I have a QScrollArea with horizontal layout. I am adding a fixed sized widgets (QGroupBox) to scroll area on a button press. Every time I add new widget outside the viewport (except first one), whole QScrollArea flickers with widgets. How can I prevent it? Source: Windows Que..
I’m writing a Windows program in C, and I have a static control which contains a graph that you can click and drag the mouse on to select a range. However, the selection range flickers while you’re dragging the mouse around. I learned from Googling this is a common issue, and the solution is to ..
I am running doom emacs v2.0.9 on windows 10; and my window (not the whole emacs frame) flickers when I navigate up or down (note: not left and right). This is annoying. Also startup time is anywhere between 20 to 40 seconds on first startup, and later boots take around 5 to 15 seconds. How ..