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    Re: Rendering glyphs along a curved line

    Yes, you can draw individual glyphs using vgDrawGlyph either vector or raster fonts. You still need apply a rotation for each glyph if you want them to be tangent to some line.
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    Re: Check the busy status of the OpenVG core

    Well, the thing is I am working in part of the implementation, I cannot afford to wait any blocking function since I would be wasting precious CPU time on doing nothing. Since I am the one swapping...
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    Check the busy status of the OpenVG core

    Hello,

    Is there a way to check the (gpu/state machine?) status on openVG?

    Currently the only way I have to synchronize is vgFinish which will stall the CPU and it cannot by used by my...
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    Re: Combining Images and Paths

    Problem got solved by changing the blend mode to be VG_BLEND_SRC_OVER before drawing the image. The libraries I was using where modifying the blend mode so I didn't noticed at the beginning.

    Ioseph
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    Combining Images and Paths

    Hi,

    I want to use together raster and vector graphics, I have the following situation:

    - When I use vgimagedraw alone (no path drawing) a 32 sARGB image is displayed correctly, with the alpha...
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    vgDrawGlyphs behavior

    Hello,

    OVG 1.1 Specification says that for vgDrawGlyph and vgDrawGlyphs if paintmode is equal to 0 says it will be useful to determine the metrics of the glyph sequence. But conditions that throw...
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