- 2020-05-12 at 4:50 pm #27525
I know this is an old post, but here is the explanation of all the “new” functionality for the App Manager, so I thought of posting it here as a comment.
The feature to be able to specify a folder to define external applications is great. But I’m running short with it. You see, I’m integrating different apps into various WordPress-based websites. For my development, I’m using XAMPP. And each WordPress site has its own folder within localhost.
I’ve been creating the external application folder within each of these WordPress installations. This makes makes things easier for me, because if I had the apps in verge3D installation folder, I would have to copy over my files into the corresponding folders within WordPress every time I make a change to the blender file, or the visual logic.
Also, I’ve been editing the external folder field in the App manager to switch from one project to the next one (so that it would pull the custom folder app from the right folder), but now I have lots of different WordPress installations, they need updates very frequently, and I’m spending a lot of time editing the external folder field.
Would it be possible to make it not a single option, and instead let you add as many new external folders as needed?
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.2020-05-12 at 5:27 pm #27527
OOPS, I had a hiccup in my Internet connection and this got double-posted. Not sure how to remove one of them. Sorry.2020-05-13 at 7:35 am #275492020-05-15 at 6:08 pm #27654
Great, thank you!
And here is a related question. I’ve noticed that when I work with external folders, I need to add the v3d.js file into the folder that has my app for it to work when I call / open from the App manager. But this seems not to be required with the default applications that are installed along with Verge3D. For example, the ring application or the e-learning app do not include a v3d.js file, and they works correctly. Can you please clarify why that happens?
Andrés2020-05-15 at 11:01 pm #27656
I mean, that I need to add the v3d.js for the App Manager to be able to run it. (In my WordPress installations, I pull v3d.js from a different location)
Thanks.2020-05-16 at 10:07 am #276622020-05-26 at 3:36 pm #28039
Any chance the multi-locations for external folders could be included when version 3.2 is released? Maybe we can just specify the different folders separated by a semicolon, like what you do with the path variable in Windows?
2020-05-28 at 7:25 am #28092
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