Re: how to add time stamp to a display?


I download the new Java3D 1.3 beta for Window 2000, it works.
But on SGI (with Java 1.3.1 and Java3DTM BETA 1.2.1), the timestamps are
still missing.
How can I add one?



> Helen-
> Helen Yi wrote:
> >
> > Since I use clipping to remove the  state outline outside of my display
> > range, the time stamp in my animation loops are also clipped.  Can you
> > tell me how add the time stamp back to the animation loop ?
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> We ran into the same problem.  This is a bug in Java 3D and
> Bill reported it to Sun. It appears to be fixed in Java 3D 1.3 beta2
> (on Windows at least).  You might try upgrading to this release.
> I have found another minor bug with this version of Java 3D that
> I will report to the list in more detail when I get a chance.  Briefly,
> when you use mouse button 2 to move the cursor, the upper portion of the
> left side of the VisAD box (in 3D) redraws itself so it goes
> from the upper left corner to the center of the display if the
> upper portion of the box is close to the front clipping plane.
> This can be demonstrated using Test00.
> Don
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> Don Murray                               UCAR Unidata Program
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