Haha, none whatsoever, just Google Street View, and this awesome tool: https://streetviewdownload.eu/
@WeddingDJ , thanks, there was indeed an asset missing. It's working again.
Unless I was suffering from sleep deprivation at the time, I have no recollection of removing it, but I think one of my colleagues may have done so inadvertently.
Hey @WeddingDJ , believe it or not, after working fine for weeks, I'm getting this error "all of a sudden":
Here's the link: https://bit.ly/2GzHrwN
The console says Internal Server Error, so yeah, not sure what's up. Any ideas on how to remedy?
@WeddingDJ , I checked with some of the A-Frame guys, just for a different opinion.
Feedback is that a service-worker will only mask the issue and that this is some sort or race condition in that the elements don't seem to be ready on page load so the (IdeaSpace) code that uses the divs needs to ideally be changed so that it has to wait for the DOM first...
Hey @WeddingDJ ,
Thanks for taking the time to have a look, yeah, I agree Firefox and never having Dev tools open definitely helps. I'm using Wi-Fi, here's current test results:
Hm, was "hoping" it would be a definitive issue that could be fixed. I guess I'll try add a service worker script in order to cache for slow connections and reloads.
Why not just have something like this as an option for users to configure (works well in every instance):
<a-entity id="instructions" position="-1 2 -2" visible="true" geometry="primitive:plane;height:0.1;width:0.5" material="color:orange" text="align:center;color:black;value:Gaze here for instructions;width:1" scale="4 4 4" event-set__1="_event: click; _target: #instructionstext; visible: true" event-set__2="_event: click; _target: #instructions; visible: false"> </a-entity> <a-entity id="instructionstext" position="-1 2 -2" visible="false" geometry="primitive:plane;height:0.1; width:1" material="color:darkorange" text="align:center;color:black;value:Some instructions;width:1" scale="5 5 5"> </a-entity>
On a side note, if I enter VR mode (only tested on desktop for now) in both browsers, the annotations move to a completely different position (much "higher" in the scene) and don't work at all. If I then hit esc, then the site automatically re-loads...
On a separate note, could you have a look at this updated post at some stage as well please: https://forum.ideaspacevr.org/topic/31/gaze-navigation-not-working/7
Hi @WeddingDJ , thanks for checking on this.
I'm using Chrome on a Windows 10 PC as a first option. I checked now using Firefox and it's not that many that are not found, but 2 of them still aren't found. I assumed that there was some element of BYOD, and "Bring your own browser" though?
Here is the link: https://bit.ly/2GzHrwN
Just another update, the annotations seem to work as expected after every PC restart as well, one single time, then if I refresh the page and try again, or copy the URL, paste it into another browser window and try again, the above error is experienced. May have something to do with the partials? Not sure though.