Online gaming/subtitles

This is an overview of gathered and arranged codes in c#.

We synchronise the refresh rate (the frequency of the screen) with the frame rate with an adaptive vsync (in which I mean, that it’s activated when the frame rate is higher than the refresh rate, while it’s deactivated when the refresh rate is higher), and we skip the first frame when the frame rate is higher than the refresh rate, so it has zero lag, while preventing ripping of the screen.

We show a popup that contains our screen information from behind that popup to be in control of the framerate, and it can perhaps possibly blocks other popups too.

A cousin of mine convinced me that I’m not a programmer, because I don’t know the syntax, which would cause errors when being compiled.

Online gaming some codes

Below are some links to websites with codes and stuff. It could be that some websites aren’t hosted anymore, but they can probably trace them anyway.

C# requires everything to be in a class – Stack Overflow

Classes (C# Programming Guide)

Visual Studio C# 2010 – Tutorial 1 – How to create a Windows Forms Application called Hello World – YouTube

C# – How To Create A Full Screen Window – YouTube

Call function from DLL? – Stack Overflow

Transparent, Click-Through Forms – CodeProject

if-else (C# Reference)

VideoFrameRate Property

Unity – Scripting API:

dmDisplayFrequency Field

c# – How to change the frequency of a sin based animation smoothly while the animation is running – Stack Overflow

Unity – Scripting API:

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Form allow click-through in C# – Stack Overflow

video.dll – Google zoeken

unload source file – Google zo

We can perhaps do something similar to the subtitles of movies as example.


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