|WRL upload changed for the worse ? [message #55826] Tue, 23 October 2012 23:14 UTC
Hi, I hate to ask this, but has something changed in the VRML2 upload machinery (beyond the improved |
support for texture file paths mentioned a few days ago) ?
I have a couple of rather simple files that I uploaded on Oct 2 which were subsequently printed without apparent
problems - except that I had made a silly mistake in one of them. Re-upload of the fixed file surprisingly ended
with the dreaded "uh-oh" message, and during testing I now find that neither of the original, already printed
wrl datasets will upload anymore. One example is http://shpws.me/leS7 , which I have now made both
public&downloadable to facilitate testing.
I do not see anything special with these files - they contain a bunch of VRML "Sphere" and "IndexedFaceSet"
primitives with embedded per-shape RGB colors. Uploading a single red sphere still works, but I must admit
that I have not tried a colored cube yet. (Assuming that this is somehow related to the recent rework of the
color-by-texture-file code at all)
|Re: WRL upload changed for the worse ? [message #55904 is a reply to message #55826 ] Thu, 25 October 2012 06:51 UTC
My apologies for not replying earlier, on the background we have been working on this issue.
Our development team has confirmed this issue and started working on a fix the moment they read your post.
If everything went alright, this should now have been fixed!
" Triangle count for vrml model with sphere primitive explodes after processing"
Could you let me know if you are still having issues?
Customer Service Agent
|Re: WRL upload changed for the worse ? [message #55906 is a reply to message #55904 ] Thu, 25 October 2012 07:52 UTC
Works perfectly fine again, thank you very much.|
The obvious drawback is that I now have another bunch of models to order, including a nicer
version of what is in my current order (bloody expensive hobby, this ).
l really should have waited for you to work your magic instead of trying clumsy workarounds
at the border of non-2-manifold land.
Would it be possible to pass back more specific error codes to the thing that sends the rejection
email ? "Polygon count exceeded" would be so much more helpful than "model needs more love"
(OTOH, if it were easily doable you would probably be doing it already...)