I’ve problems antialiasing polygons.Please post a code here to help me!I do just like it’s said in “The Red Book” but nothing happens.
I think a few things need to be enabled and blending mode needs to be set.
It could be that your hardware does not properly support polygon antialiasing.
This is not correct. The last line should be
Keep in mind that antialiased polygons are transparent around the edges, so they must be drawn from back to front to be drawn correctly.
Edit: Fixed a typo.
[This message has been edited by Aaron (edited 10-06-2002).]
What do you mean from back to front?I use auxSolidCube(1.0).
The Red Book says
also i look at another place and there also is told GL_SRC_ALPHA_SATURATE & GL_ONE to be passed to glBlendFunc(), but it doesn’t work.
For glBlendFunc(GL_SRC_ALPHA_SATURATE, GL_ONE) to work, you need to have a destination alpha channel. You may not get one automatically, so you may have to ask for it. You must also set the alpha value of the clear color to zero. If works for me at least.
Back to front order means every single triangle must be sorted in back to front order, so that no single part of any triangle will be overwritten when drawn. auxSolidCube does not (I assume) care about this, so it will fail to work properly.