Quicktime VR: Prevent user navigation

Bill Vlahos bvlahos at jpl.nasa.gov
Wed Oct 2 10:01:00 EDT 2002


You could put an invisible button(s) over the player which would 
intercept mouse clicks and add buttons yourself to control the player.

Bill Vlahos

On Wednesday, October 2, 2002, at 01:41  AM, malte brill wrote:

> Hi there.
> I imported a small VR panorama movie. I´m able to navigate through it 
> via
> script. So far so good. But how can I prevent user interaction with the
> Player? I tried setting the alwaysbuffer to true, set it to false in a
> handler, change the pan and afterwards set the alwaysbuffer to true 
> again.
> No user interaction with the player anymore, but flickers. :-(
> When I add lock screen/ unlock screen flickering is gone, but that one 
> uses
> to much system time I guess, because I´m not able to select the 
> buttons on
> my card anymore.
> Any suggestions?
> regards
> Malte
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