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MASON Multiagent Simulation Toolkit <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 6 Aug 2006 22:08:03 +0100
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Hi Sean,

Sorry I should have been more specific. It was in fact Display3D which I 
was using. I haven't tried the same with Display2D, although Gabriel 
seemed to think Display2D was ok.



Sean Luke wrote:
> Hi Michael.  Can you tell me if your model was using Display3D or 
> Display2D?  We are indeed seeing some bugs in Display3D's snapshot 
> generation and are trying to stamp them out.  It seems to fail sometimes 
> on the first time around and may be a bug in Java3D.
> Sean
> On Jul 24, 2006, at 9:05 AM, Michael Lees wrote:
>> Hi again all,
>> I found something rather curious today. Last week I had ran my 
>> simulation through various stages taking snapshots for a report.
>> I came to look at the png's today and they're all blank black pictures?
>> So I re-read the GUI introduction to check if I needed to set 
>> something but it seemed to say just click the button - which is what 
>> I'd done.
>> Anyway I tried running again and this time it worked, which was strange.
>> I then tried again but this time I re-sized the display window (as I 
>> had done in the first set of snapshots) and the snapshot was again a 
>> blank black screen.
>> It's not too much of a problem I can just re-generate the pictures at 
>> default size. I don't know if you had come across this before so 
>> thought I'd let you know, seems like it'd be fairly easy to fix.
>> Thanks
>> --Mike
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