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Re: [Public WebGL] ANGLE WebGLFramebuffer bug?

This is a bug in Chrome, not in ANGLE.

Happens in Chrome on OSX but not in FF.

On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 3:43 AM, Marco Di Benedetto <marco.dibenedetto@isti.cnr.it> wrote:


I think I found a problem concerning framebuffer objects with ANGLE (if you use native OpenGL, it works fine).
Basically, if at the end of your draw call you bind a WebGLFramebuffer that is not the main framebuffer ("null"), the page composer (it seems) try to render it on the canvas.
Here follows a minimal example:

<script type="text/_javascript_">
window. () {
   // get the WebGL context
   var gl = document.getElementById("TEST_CANVAS").getContext("experimental-webgl");

   // clear canvas to red
   gl.clearColor(1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0);

   // create and bind a framebuffer object
   var fb = gl.createFramebuffer();

   // the page composer should always display the main framebuffer, not the currently bound one
   // (comment the following line to see the red canvas)
   gl.bindFramebuffer(gl.FRAMEBUFFER, fb);
<canvas id="TEST_CANVAS" width="128" height="128" style="border:1px solid gray;"></canvas>

It should display a red canvas. Instead, a blank one appears.


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