Re: Default refreshrate
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 23:31:10 +0100
System.Date? You mean calculating the refresh-rate of the monitor yourself?
I rather have some DirectX function / class telling me, can't find it
"Marko Bencun" <ichwill_MBencun@web.de_keinspam> wrote in message
> Hi You,
> > If you use the value 0, it uses the default refreshrate. How do you find
> > what the default refresh rate is?
> What about using somewhat of System.Date or download a stopwatch-class?
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