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MikeR

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  1. Never mind, saw the response in the forum to another user who had the same issue. You ought to fix that. (!)
  2. Thank you, that worked. It doesn't look anything like the win32 version, is that deliberate? Will I be able to follow your instructions online with it and know what I'm doing? Thanks. P.S. This is the second time I was unable to login using my password. I had to reset it AGAIN, and type in the very same password. Something seems to be not quite right about your authentication. I am in the U.S. Cheers
  3. This is all I can get, just sits and spins. Any help out there? It's the latest available download. TIA.
  4. Did some preliminary research. Here is an example of 2-way comms between a C# Winforms program and an embedded HTML-script-capable browser window: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.windows.forms.webbrowser.objectforscripting?view=netframework-4.7.2 I ran this code in VS2017 and it works just fine. Video attached. 2-way comms_20181210160234.mp4
  5. Thanks, lynkfs, that is very helpful. I don't mind doing the work of wrapping as it would most likely benefit the community if I do it well. The 2-way communications are necessary in order to create "smart objects" relative to the application. Probably some kind of system of callbacks, or comms through a socket. I'm a Web newbie, discovery is going to be some effort, and I MAY actually be talking through a random orifice 😮 in this respect, so please forgive me if I said something that is amiss. But speaking from decades of other programming experiences, there is NOTHING that the programmer cannot do if the imagination is motivated into doing something out of the box or otherwise inspired to something really creative and intelligent. Cheers and thanks.
  6. We are researching options for adding interactive 3D graphics capabilities to our desktop application which is written in C# .NET. Looks like adding some code to a Browser window might be a good option. Does Smart Mobile Studio have 3D graphics built in, or failing that, can you recommend third party Javascript libraries that SMS might interface with, so that I can hook up some 2-way communications (send data, get user feedback and so forth) between our desktop app and code running in the browser that displays 3D graphics? We will be looking at both scatter plots in an XYZ space, and possibly placing raster images into an XYZ space along with interactive annotations, and some shapes containing custom fills or lines that join the image files in that space. Of course, real time interactive rotation and zooming capabilities would be required. Thanks for any input or pointers you might provide, or possibly even some sample codes to look at along these lines. Just looking for Proof of Concept at this time.
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