[X3D-Public] X3DEdit Installation on Win Pro 7 -- loss of features
web3d at realism.com
Wed Oct 29 10:11:20 PDT 2014
Thank you for your work with X3D-Edit. There will be another release
next week -- that may fix some of your issues.
We are trying to understand your problems and reproduce them. Can you
provide more details regarding the X3D document resources you accessed
and the bit stream of program code you received. Can you describe in
more detail what you attempted to do to restore the Palette was not
accessible. A screen shot might be very helpful. Which features (or
types of features) were unavailable? Also what version of Java and
Windows are you using.
> I installed it once. Was impressed with the Palette feature -- amongst
> others. Used the product to successfully import .wrl files and export
> them after editing. (Major issue was Cortona viewer gave me the VRML file
> header error on which others have commented -- I switched to H3DViewer
> which works fine -- pity for others wishing to integrate a viewer into
> a browser)
> I endeavoured to access some of the related X3D document resources and was
> confronted by a bit stream of program code -- maybe associated with
> trying to install FreeWRL. Later those resources became accessible,
> but not the Palette -- unclear what should bring up that side window
> anyway. Maybe one of the files in the program directory got
> Continued editing without any problem -- effectively on a "cut-down"
> version. Few of the advertised extra features seemed to be accessible
> -- maybe only via Netbeans?
> Decided to reinstall from the zip. No change.
> Decided to download a new zip. No change. Even though I had cleaned
> registry, the edit interface remembered files on which I was working.
> So obviously I did not get rid of everything.
> Possibly an issue of permissions? I switched from Program files x86 to
> a new empty directory for the install. I note that Windows does not
> detect it as a program that can be uninstalled
> Any link to comments on such issues?
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