Re: Event to fire on repeat-index change
- In case future generations come to this thread looking for
instructions on how to make a 3D viewer work with formsPlayer :),
there is now an answer on the thread:
--- In formsPlayer@yahoogroups.com, "rollmann" <bjarke@...> wrote:
> This thread has been moved to http://skimstone.x-port.net/node/412
> --- In formsPlayer@yahoogroups.com, "Mark Birbeck"
> <mark.birbeck@> wrote:
> > BJ,
> > > I have a webpage with a list of parts (xforms:repeat) created
> > > XForms, and an ActiveX control which needs to know every time
> > > user selects a part from the list or when the selected-index
> > > changes, so that it can display the correct 3D part. The ActiveX
> > > control is the 3DXML Player from Dassault-Systems
> > > (www.3ds.com/3/3dxml).
> > Excellent! That's very exciting.
> > We actually did something along these lines a while ago--we
> produced a
> > 'hello world' demo that had a rotating world, and the text "Hello,
> > world!" written below it, but that text actually came from the
> > model. (Actually, the whole thing was just an xf:output!)
> > However, we got a little frustrated with the different X3D plug-ins
> > since each one had different strengths and weaknesses, and we
> > create a consistent interface to them. I know that there is
> > to be a standard definition of the script interfaces supported by
> > renderers, but we couldn't find one that supported everything
> > consistently. However, that was two years ago now.
> > Anyway, we'll happily help you get this going. Are you ok to work
> > this in public? The general principles we'd need to show you in
> > to wire in your control are widely applicable (it would be the
> > for example, if you wanted to use an ActiveX control for a video
> > player, and control it using XForms), so it would be good if you
> > share code.
> > If so, let's move the question over to the forums in the skimstone
> > site, since it's easier to maintain over there:
> > <http://skimstone.x-port.net/forum/20>
> > If you can post there the X3D file (I'm assuming you're using X3D,
> > I guess that doesn't matter), some details of how to get the same
> > plug-in that you have, and a snippet of the form you are using, we
> > take it from there.
> > Regards,
> > Mark
> > --
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> > CEO
> > x-port.net Ltd.
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