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Thread: Fading in/out code?

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    Default Fading in/out code?

    I have a code that isn't working.

    I have an integer called fade

    public int fade = 255;

    and I make fade smaller like so:

    if(fade >= 0) {
    try {

    fade = fade - 1;
    Thread.sleep(100)
    } catch(Exception e) { }
    }

    then I'm drawing a black box over the whole screen that uses fade as the alpha exception. The code will not work!

    Although if I make fade = 0 then do this

    if(fade >= 255) {
    try {

    fade++;
    Thread.sleep(100)
    } catch(Exception e) { }
    }

    and this makes the box fade in ...


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    Default Re: Fading in/out code?

    Please use the code tags, and please explain what you mean by 'it won't work'. Providing an SSCCE will more clearly demonstrate the problem

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    Default Re: Fading in/out code?

    It displays a blank screen.

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    Default Re: Fading in/out code?

    Please read the last sentence in post #2 - if you don't know what an SSCCE is, there is a link in my signature. In other words, your post is limited of information to get help.

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    Default Re: Fading in/out code?

    Should I just copy paste a SSCCE or do you want a file uploaded?
    I'm new here...

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