If they are not included correctly then everyone on this site give false help. I may be fairly new to C++ but I am not new to programming, I have read the document before I started to make my first hack about 2 weeks ago, AND I DID EXACTLY what it said. And unless I give you the fkin code you can't just know if that's the problem, Thing is I do not want to release the code cause I not want this patched before it even gets out.
If you are going to go far enough to tell me that something is wrong, don't make me go to the documentary on it, those things help bull shit, documentaries almost never have anything useful, and as seeing I am useing the method described in the document if that is the problem it is incorrect.
You got me lollin. The compiler will complain of undefined LPDIRECT3DFONT or whatever because it hasn't encountered the type definition.... which is in the sdk headers.
You are obviously wrong, and have your project configured incorrectly. The MSDN documentation is not only useful D3D advice, but entire programming languages can be learned without leaving the site. A lack of dedication and effort on your part is the problem.
EDIT and believe me, not only is your code probably not original, but if you simply use a randomizer/packer, you will not have detection problems. I am saying these things to help you, not to belittle you. Releasing your code is unnessecary, it is a project configuration issue.
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You do not understand D3D fonts -- you have to first declare a pointer to the interface, then 'create' the font before using it. The directx tutorial website (or msdn) will show you how. You can then use pFont, your pointer to that font's interface, to draw text.