quote #1: Exactly. That's wrong. I've never had any of these problems with allegro (like I already said), so it's not a problem in allegro, therefore you can not suggest that it has something to do with allegro.
ok, not everyone might consider it a problem, it's not affecting the functionality, but are you sure you just don't notice it?
quote #2:Exactly. That's wrong. I've never had any of these problems with allegro (like I already said), so it's not a problem in allegro, therefore you can not suggest that it has something to do with allegro.
What you're saying sounds like this in my ears (it's text thought):
I AM GOD, if i feel like it works, it works. end of discussion.
quote #3:This would suggest it's a problem with your system, not allegro.
That was my first thought, but as i heard of others experiencing the same problems i started to doubt it more and more, no wait, it may be something wrong with my system, but that means somethings wrong with ALOT of systems. and thats the same thing as there's something wrong with allegro. hey: i made this code but it does not work on any computer, does that mean there's something wrong with the computer or with the code?? .
Oh, and while you where answering me i added some more to my later post.
Evert: my deepest apologies for not knowing how to use quotes.. but i don't have the strength left to learn it right now, been awake the whole night/morning/afternoon - -.
Quote #1:Post smallest code sample that demonstrates problem.
I don't need a code, you probably have a couple of great examples on your computer. >"\allegro\examples"<.. . they have the same issues.. try to identify the small.. lags that sometimes appear.. i suggest the buffering examples. although the triplebuffering example is worthless.
Quote #3:No, but you're suggesting it. Rule of thumb: the error is in your code, not library code. Once you've established without a shadow of a doubt that it isn't your code that's wrong, you suggest that it is the library code. It usually does turn out to be user code that is wrong.
Rule of thumb... i don't like that. :S.
I don't care whenever it's something wrong with allegro or my code, i just want a good explanation for the problem and a possible solution.