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How do I make the last object drawn in a 2D openGL window draw on top of all other objects?

Posted on 2006-07-20
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I have a 2D openGL window.  I draw several object which overlap one another.  I need the very last object that I draw to be displayed as the "TOP" object.  Currently, the last object I draw is getting hidden behind the earlier drawn objects.  Any thoughts?

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If you +ve Z is pointing toward your display then increase the last objects Z coordinate.
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