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Questions on Java 3D coding:

1) Is there anyway to set a drawn shape (Text3D) invisible or had it dispose during runtime in a Java 3D program? As for time being, I'm only able to change its appearance during runtime. My actual intention is to hada shape disappear at runtime when it's collided with a user-control object.

2) Is there any source where I can get information on bounding and backclipping? As I loaded different objects with different sizes, I'll have to set the above values again. But, I failed to get the perfect setting. As what I had been doing so far is to try running the program with different set of values one after another and it's very time consuming. What will be the best technic to use?

3) How to set a limited area for the movement of the user-control sprite? I know about a function called "setCollisionBounds" but don't know how to apply it!

4) Below are runtime messages I get when I try to use Ctrl-Q as my input to exit a program. A same program run atanother computer wor

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by mbarker734 In reply to Questions on Java 3D & NC ...

Due to the age of your question you may not get futher responces. If you still require help I suggest you close out this question and repost another.

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I installed the X1550 before the cpu upgrade.

by maharris1957 In reply to Questions on Java 3D & NC ...

Thanks for your help. I installed the Visionek before I attempted the PD upgrade. I will reset the BIOS, then try again. I am not crazy about spending any more $$ on this option. I got the PD at a good price. This is a 775 socket MB and cpu, so the pins are on the MB, and since it will work with the P4 renstalled on it, I assume that the MB was not damaged at all. The cpu was installed according to specifications, but it could be a bad cpu from the get go.

I'll try the BIOS reset, and perhaps apply grease to the cpu before installing. I also have a new Cooler Master heatsink for P4 Extremes, which is a lot like the one that came on the comp, which I may try with the PD. Thanks for your suggestions. ;-)

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