Jit.window and Jit.gl.asyncread

    Jan 11 2013 | 2:01 am
    I'm making a patch that uses jit.gl.asyncread to create a matrix from openGL material that has been rendered to jit.window. This all works fine but the only problem is that asyncread will not work unless jit.window is visible. Is it possible to make asyncread work when jit.window is set to not be visible? Or at least can I send a message to jit.window that will automatically place it behind all other windows?

    • Jan 11 2013 | 6:47 pm
      If you don't want the window why not make jit.gl.render to a matrix directly?