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Forum: (Graphical) User Interfaces
Date: 03 Nov, 2009
From: Neoh <Neoh>

Hi,

As a newbie I have quite some things that I don't understand. I have compiled example N03 using GUIXm as GUI. In the terminal it shows this message:

You have successfully registered the following graphics systems.
Current available graphics systems are:

  ASCIITree (ATree)
  DAWNFILE (DAWNFILE)
  G4HepRep (HepRepXML)
  G4HepRepFile (HepRepFile)
  RayTracer (RayTracer)
  VRML1FILE (VRML1FILE)
  VRML2FILE (VRML2FILE)
  FukuiRenderer (DAWN)
  OpenGLImmediateX (OGLIX)
  OpenGLStoredX (OGLSX)
  OpenGLImmediateXm (OGLIXm)
  OpenGLStoredXm (OGLSXm)
  RayTracerX (RayTracerX)
  VRML1 (VRML1)
  VRML2 (VRML2)

My first question is: What are the differences between the four drivers starting with OpenGL, ie OGLIX, OGLSX, OGLIXm, and OGLSXm?

The example N03 pops out a default OGLIX window. It shows the detector and beams, but there is no panel to click on.
My second question is: Do I have to set up those control buttons myself if I want to continue using OGLIX?

So far the one driver with this interactive control capability is OGLSXm, but their panels eg rotation & panning panel just won't close when I supposedly click on the close button.
My third question is: how can I close the panels in OGLSXm after I opened them?

Thanks,


Neoh

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1 None: Re: GUI problems in example N03   (John Allison - 03 Nov, 2009)
(_ None: Re: GUI problems in example N03   (Neoh - 03 Nov, 2009)
(_ More: Re: GUI problems in example N03   (garnier - 03 Nov, 2009)
(_ None: Re: GUI problems in example N03   (Neoh - 03 Nov, 2009)
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