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21 October 2015 11:37 #4516
Hi Dany,

Take a look at the UV-coordinates in Blender. May be you should edit the UV. (select your plane with texture, press Tab)



I think, it'll do the trick.
Blend4Web developer
26 October 2015 00:23 #4567
Hi Roman,

Thanks, the issue was in the UV coordinates.

I have another question please,
i'm using the Meta Tags, it's working fine when the description source is text, but it's not working when the source is a file.
Whatever format i'm using it's giving me the warning exclamation mark in Blender.
Can you please help me resolve this issue.

Thanks in advance,
Dany
26 October 2015 10:35 #4570
Hi.
There was an issue with Meta Tags in 15.09. We've fixed it in 15.10.

Can you try to use 15.10dp? And also can you send us a simple example with described behavior.
Blend4Web developer
26 October 2015 17:42 #4585
Hi Roman,

Please find attached the current behaviour



The Title is showing on the rendered object, but the description found inside the file is not showing.
i put the file next to the blender file, even in the assets folder, but no luck, the warning exclamation mark is always showing.

meanwhile i will download the v10 and let you know if it's fixed.

Thanks & Regards,
Dany
26 October 2015 18:59 #4589
I got.
You should append your file1.txt to Blender. Take a look at the following instruction:



Blend4Web developer
27 October 2015 13:46 #4616
Hi Roman,

Thanks for the info.
it worked :), but i expected another behavior. The content of the file is loaded inside the json file itself, instead of referencing the file, if this was the case i could modify the file content, and it would be reflected automatically on the screen.

But it's not an issue, i'm able to do it by modifying the json file itself.

One more question please, regarding the deployment, if i need to deploy my project at a hosted server, what should i do ?
only copy the sdk folder? is there an .exe or a .sh file i can start the server with ?

Thanks & Regards,
Dany



29 October 2015 00:07 #4650
Hi Roman,

if i need to deploy the solution on customer premises, if it's a linux platform, should i install the blender there and hook it up with the blend4web sdk, or there's a more simple solution?

Thanks for your answer,
Dany
29 October 2015 15:25 #4660
Hi Dany,
Sorry, I was busy a little bit.
One more question please, regarding the deployment, if i need to deploy my project at a hosted server, what should i do ?
only copy the sdk folder? is there an .exe or a .sh file i can start the server with ?

You do not need to copy the whole SDK, you should copy the project and resources (images, .js, videos, .html, .json, .bin etc).

if i need to deploy the solution on customer premises, if it's a linux platform, should i install the blender there and hook it up with the blend4web sdk, or there's a more simple solution?

No, you don't need to install Blender. You should setup any server (nginx, Apache etc) and configure it to load your application.
Blend4Web developer
04 November 2015 10:30 #4772
Hi Roman,

I'm not able to configure the camera to stay inside the room, the physics of the objects are not stopping it from getting outside the walls. Please see attached.

I followed the instructions in this article: https://www.blend4web.com/en/article/103/ but it didn't work.

Is there any extra setting I am missing?

Thanks again for your help.
John
05 November 2015 13:03 #4800

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I'm not able to configure the camera to stay inside the room, the physics of the objects are not stopping it from getting outside the walls. Please see attached.
I followed the instructions in this article: https://www.blend4web.com/en/article/103/
Hello John,
The "firstperson" tutorial is a separate application and you are currently running your scene in viewer.

You have two options:
1) Create your own app and use the approach described in the tutorial. This can be done with our new Project Manager. You will need to put all the required assets into corresponding folders and correct scripts (which will be placed under sdk/apps_dev/your_project/ folder).

2) Use physics delivered by the viewer. This way you won't be able to change controls or disable character flying mode, but you won't need to write any scripts.

From the screenshot I see that you use the second option.
but it didn't work
You haven't described what didn't exactly work. You have absolutely no collisions with walls? Or camera can go through walls after several collisions?
In the first case you need to check if "Physics" is enabled on the scene and that walls use static collision.
If the physics are not stable enough you can check the "Margin" property. It is under material physics settings.
Blend4Web developer
 
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