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    I have created a menu with two buttons for now: “start” and “about”.

    How do I disable interaction with 3d object (visible) when the person sees the menu?


    You have lots of ways.
    1. You can hide the objects
    2. You can overlay another object that obscures it from clicks when you want it disabled. This can be opaque or transparent.
    3. You can write a state variable (aka, menu on /off ) and then if on… disable the camera, ignore input from your other objects
    4. You can have a different camera in a different location when using the menu.

    Lots of choices.

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    I do not want to hide object it needs to stay visible at all times. Option 2 seems to be the only choice. How can I do that? I’ve tried it using blender, where I have a transparent object but in verge I can select through objects.


    just create a full-page transparent <div> and hide it when the menu is not visible.

    Puzzles and JS. Fast and expensive.

    If you don’t see the meaning in something it primarily means that you just don’t see it but not the absence of meaning at all.


    Thanks! Creating a div worked.

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