I deleted your question. It had received a "Very Low Quality" flag. I'm pretty strict about the Very Low Quality flag, as I've explained before.
In this case, I read your post and couldn't figure out what the actual question you were trying to ask was. Not only that, but I couldn't conceive of a way to edit it into an actual question.
That takes care of the two criteria of Very Low Quality:
- Bad Post
- Unsalvageable through editing
In this case, it seems like half of your post is a diatribe about OpenGL, and the other half is a conversation between you and yourself about what could work.
In short, it's very confusing and doesn't read like an actual question.
I'm happy to undelete it; but I recommend that you pare it down to the following:
- Your actual problem.
- A question about this actual problem.
In general when it comes to Very Low Quality flags, they are a shortcut to deletion. If something is flagged as VLQ, it's begging a moderator to delete it outside of the normal channel of closure -> community deletion. If a post is flagged as "Very Low Quality", the flag message may as well be:
This post doesn't deserve to go through the normal closure -> deletion process. It should be summarily removed from the site.
I could get behind a deletion message that says (if a post is deleted summarily by a moderator through the VLQ flag queue):
This post was deleted by a moderator because it is Very Low Quality. Please improve your post and then flag it for undeletion.
Of course, this would require a help center dedicated to VLQ and how to improve a post -- but you get the idea.