[Bf-committers] [Bf-blender-cvs] SVN commit: /data/svn/bf-blender  trunk/blender/source/blender/ editors/interface/interface_handlers.c: Enabled ndof devices for controlling colour wheel and cube UI controls
significant.bit at gmail.com
Sat Nov 5 02:26:21 CET 2011
Here's the latest news -- I hope this eases some of your concerns.
Toward the end of the push for 2.59/siggraph, I was offered (and accepted)
a great job far away in the frozen northland. 3D mouse progress on my end
approached zero during the move and ramping up at work, but at no point did
I consider this project "dead in its tracks". Now operating in
otherwise-employed-volunteer mode -- nights and weekends -- I've been
prototyping against the 2.60 release. I have stated on this list plans to
have the major NDOF issues fixed for 2.61, and still think this is doable.
Very much aware of the pile of suggestions, patches, reviews, bug reports,
etc. about where 2.59 did and did not work for people, I'm glad to finally
be able to get back in there and make it better.
I'll be focusing on the 3D view for now. It's great to see folks adding
support in other areas too!
musician, naturalist, pixel pusher, hacker extraordinaire
On Fri, Nov 4, 2011 at 5:34 PM, Mats Holmberg <mats.holmberg at 2me.fi> wrote:
> Do you know anything about the state of the integration? Is it meant to be
> continued at some point, or is it being worked on at the moment? I haven't
> really heard any news on this.
> It seems as if development stopped dead in it's tracks. Quite a few
> features are still missing, which means that at least my 3d-mouse sits
> unused on my desk (except for occasional Lightwave use). Compared to other
> programs I believe that the most important missing features still are
> panning, the ability to control objects and even scrubbing the timeline.
> It's a bit of a shame, because 3Dconnexion really wanted to get the best
> integration in Blender. And good integration would help users of other
> software adopt Blender in their workflow too.
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