grDriver := Detect;
ErrCode := GraphResult;
if ErrCode<>grOk then halt(1);
That's my "initgraph"-code. I've worked with pascal in school for about two months now, and in school we use TurboP and a procedure included in a home-made unit. Instead of writing those four lines of code, we just type:
and it works well.
At home I use Free Pascal, and I don't have this unit we use in school so I made the procedure myself: these 4 lines of code above.
[Wow... that was alot of explaining before I've even got to the problem... Well, here's the problem...]
-->> After compiling my Pong-clone and running the exe, I get 2 windows (I'm using WinME, maybe this is the problem?). One is titled 'Pong', just like it should, but doesn't contain anything else than the output I got before calling initgraph.
The other window pops up when initgraph is called, and my drawings (circle, rectangle and such) appears and look well.
The worst thing is that this new window can't catch any input from the keyboard, the other CAN!
In order to play I have to select the old window, move it aside so I can see the play-area (the new window) beneath, and THEN steer the objects with the keys. If I only have the new 'graph'-window selected nothing happens when I press the keys.
Lot's of text just to explain one little problem, I know.
So, what I wan't is just ONE WINDOW! Everything printed in the same window!
Any help is appreciated!