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  • #1615

    a.gracki
    Customer

    Can we somehow change the look of annotation, background colour , shape ?

    #1623

    currently it is only possible by retrieving the corresponding HTML elements via JavaScript and overriding their styles

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    #7212

    rhenriques
    Customer

    It would be awesome if we could customize this.
    Cheers

    #7234

    With the latest 2.7.1 update it became possible to configure annotation style with puzzles. For instance, the following puzzles paint an annotation red and change the color of the expanding window to green.

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    #7267

    rhenriques
    Customer

    Awesome Yuri. Seems to work quite good. Will other style features also work, such as opacity?
    Cheers

    PS: Got it! Instead of using Hex color we can use “rgba(76, 175, 80, 0.1)” values being the first ones Red, Green and Blue and the last one opacity (from 0 to 1).

    Attached image as example for a great semi transparent background without border

    Can’t wait for more customizable features in annotations. Annotations are critical to most 3D interactive content.

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    #7273

    Can’t wait for more customizable features in annotations

    One can use stacks of these puzzles with other CSS properties to achieve any styling desired.

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    #7323

    rhenriques
    Customer

    Hi Yuri

    I have used annotations using this new feature and I also have a second set of annotations using html generated labels using the bind Puzzle.
    I was wondering that, by using the new style features, that implies modifications in the main CSS, if it’s possible to have two sets of different annotations simultaneously. Probably not right? Not a problem since we can always use “bind” puzzle and have as much different annotations as we want. However they are a little bit more functional by creating them with the annotations puzzle.
    Cheers.

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    #7340

    Yes this is how it works now. I guess the expanding behavior can be reproduced with html puzzles although we never tried that.

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    #7608
    Atomfreak
    Atomfreak
    Customer

    Hi
    Any documentation about annotation? :unsure: Did not see in document section. Because without seeing this post, I could not understand the system like (.v3d-annotation)

    #7615

    Agreed this should be documented. I’ll make a mark in our todo list.

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