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enable vs disable a object in my model by click ? - Macromedia Director 3D

hi there i have a question how do i turn an object on and of by click on it inside the model i have a button that does the same thing there the code is set member("kla4").model("gr9").visibility= #none set member("kla4").model("gr9").visibility= #both how do i do it and where do i put the code ? // thanks Mikael j...

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    Default enable vs disable a object in my model by click ?

    hi there

    i have a question how do i turn an object on and of by click on it inside the
    model
    i have a button that does the same thing there the code is

    set member("kla4").model("gr9").visibility= #none
    set member("kla4").model("gr9").visibility= #both

    how do i do it and where do i put the code ?

    // thanks
    Mikael j


    Ne_Mesis Guest

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    Default Re: enable vs disable a object in my model by clic

    every polygon has only one side that can be found by modelunderray or
    modelunderloc.
    if you are inside a model and try to click on it than i think you will not
    find the model. this has to do
    with the direction of the polygons normal.

    this happens even if you used ...visibility=#both

    maybe you could copy the model and leave it in the same place as the original
    and flip the normals in your 3D-App, in this way you would have something you
    could click from inside.

    i hope i understand your question right and this answere will help you.

    hondo3000 Guest

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