Please, how to have the canvas that carries the called html page sticking to the mesh, in the demo the blue cube? As if I re locate the cube in Blender the web page doesn’t follow it, and I didn’t see what carries it as an object in the *.blend file.
This topic was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by NewFake.
This example is a simple proof of concept created programmatically. The HTML page is rendered on the surface of a 3D plane – it is a separate 3D object not linked to the cube. Check out the source js file called htmlmixer.js. The plane can be moved by changing its properties via API: mixerPlane.object3d.position.z = 5;
Ok! Anyways this implementation is a great plus for all of us, a warm thank you!
Is there, please, a way to customize a bit the scrollbar? To do so, should we act upon the page itself, or through the app’s js? I tried a bit both ways, and didn’t find.
If it’s not possible, please, don’t worry, as, again, this implementation is the top!
However, please, just let us know if it’s possible or not.
Another interesting point: whenever the page we embed contains links that open pages in _blank, if we click’em we leave the app, as it opens a new browser’s tab. Is there, please, a way, to force and maintain the surf within the app, even if the links are target=”_blank”?
This reply was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by NewFake.