[Bf-python] Click Catching.. Was OpenGL transp...
joeeagar at prodigy.net
Tue Mar 15 01:18:37 CET 2005
> joeedh wrote:
>> Campbell Barton wrote:
>>> There was one glitch in the MH interface
>>> The 3d view still recieves the key click (therefor placing the cursor)
>>> Mabe there needs to be a Window function that can disable the 3D
>>> window from recieving mouse clicks, this would make interface
>>> interaction not interfear with the 3D view.
>>> - Cam
>> Oh, ton would hate that. That would definately be bad.
>> But I pulled up my Bluewater GUI code, and my Image UI control, and
>> I've discovered that my video card can handle three pixmaps at good
>> speed, but after that slows considerably. I did a lot of tests, and
>> the speed problem is purely OpenGL.
>> A solution would be to have each image have an associated text file,
>> maybe image.jpg would have image.jpg.txt, which would contain a
>> written description of that image. then MakeHuman could operate in
>> text mode.
>> Also, some parts of the GUI that are currently image-based could be
>> done by simpler OpenGL commands.
>> Oh, and I tried to get Bluewater working in the 3D view (it would've
>> been a lot better then what he's using right now) but alas, I could
>> not. There just isn't any easy way to preserve the global
>> dictionary. . . :(
> Ahhem. I meant, it would have been easier if he could paste his GUI
> on top of a Bluewater window. Then he would have true windowing support.
> But you know, I think we really need support for python panels. . .
Ehh. . . on further thought, I think that the way the GUI is done now
is probably the best, and using Bluewater would not help at all.
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