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If you are looking for a true transparent window to render your 3D objects, check this thread:http://stackoverflow.com/q/4052940/176769
If you are looking for a true transparent window to render your 3D objects, check this thread:
 
http://stackoverflow.com/q/4052940/176769

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GeneralThe official answer of that question has code that will run ... PinmemberKarl Phillip9-Feb-11 1:27 
GeneralInteresting, although I couldn't check it out since it seems... Pinmemberparths8-Feb-11 21:27 

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