2018-03-11 at 3:52 pm #2749
Please accept those suggestions:
1) It would be great to be able to define the puzzles container’s opacity within a slider for example.
2) To be able to scroll vertically the puzzles container with the mouse’s wheel.
3) To lock the puzzles’ container for not having it being able to pass underneath the PC’s taskbar; otherwise we must open another puzzled instance through the apps manager.
4) A second command (icon), a stronger one, to not having to re hide the puzzles container every time we reload the browser.
With puzzles I tried to find the way to having the following logic, and I didn’t:
Show an object; if after, say 5 seconds, it hasn’t been clicked then, with a timer, hide it and show a second object, etc.
And if it has been clicked then bypass the timer.
Kind of a switch between an “if not clicked” and a timer; or the implementation of an “if not clicked after x seconds” puzzle or combination of puzzles.
Because to having the two parallel flows shock each other: the “after x seconds do” WITH the “when clicked do”.
It seems that the combination “if > not” puzzles cannot be connected with the “When clicked” puzzle; if else don’t seem to be connectable either within this kind of desired alternative.
- This topic was modified 1 week, 4 days ago by NewFake.
NewFake2018-03-12 at 7:50 am #2756
You can achieve the desired behavior with a variable which you can set if an object was clicked, and check inside your timeout block.
See the attached example.
Regarding the other usability requests – they all make sense. Can you describe your item 3 issue in more details or attach a screenshot of the problem?
Founder & CEO at Soft8Soft. Creator of Verge3D and Blend4Web.2018-03-13 at 12:38 am #2779
Thank you very much for the puzzles and for accepting the suggestions that would provide more comfort whenever manipulating the puzzles!
Here’s the screenshot. The handle of the puzzles’ container is hidden, underneath the taskbar.
- This reply was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by NewFake.
NewFake2018-03-13 at 9:51 am #2786
oh, thanks, we’ll take a look
Founder & CEO at Soft8Soft. Creator of Verge3D and Blend4Web.2018-03-13 at 11:37 am #2789
Hello & thank you.
I guess that a JS that defines the browser’s effective screen height plus a “max-height” css command would do the trick.
You know better anyways
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Founder & CEO at Soft8Soft. Creator of Verge3D and Blend4Web.2018-03-15 at 12:56 am #2896
Thank you; I probably wasn’t clear enough, but your answer helped me a lot and put me on the right track.
Even if a visual scripting helps a lot its logic has to be caught
NewFake2018-03-15 at 9:46 am #2922
glad it was helpful!
Founder & CEO at Soft8Soft. Creator of Verge3D and Blend4Web.
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