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    mkdub
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    Hi all
    Please help me solve the problem:
    I’m working on a configurator for my client and I want to build UI with HTML. But at the same time I use Puzzles for logic in the app.

    There is no any HTML file in my App to hook it with the UI html.
    Here is what I see when I’m creating an App in the app manager: https://i.imgur.com/4ZiNuEv.png
    It does not generate HTML at all. (there is no that blue button when I create an app with Puzzles)

    But it differently should be there, here is what I saw in a tutorial https://i.imgur.com/2ialCaO.png (source: https://cgbookcase.com/tutorials/how-to-create-3d-interactive-web-experiences-in-blender-verge-3d)

    I work in Safari 12 (macos sierra)

    Please help me I do not know how to get the html file with Puzzles, I get only GLTF when I export.

    M

    #11328
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    mkdub
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    In other words: I don’t know why but Verge 2.10 does not generate “Started Files”(=html) when I create “Player Based” app. I need those files to implemen t html based user interface to my puzzles based app.

    #11341

    Hi,

    Sorry to hear about those troubles. If you open Blender’s Python console, and then try to create a new Standard application, what would be in the output?

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    #11343
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    mkdub
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    Yuri thank you for fast reply

    What commands should I write in the Python console to create new app? Where can I read about that? I use Blender 2.8 and Verge 2.10 on a Macbook (10.12 Sierra)

    #11344

    Well, just run Blender from the Terminal – it should start printing messages there. Then open the App Manager and click create new app as usual. Check for new messages in the Terminal and dump them here.

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