These are chat archives for highfidelity/hifi

19th
Sep 2014
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 19 2014 00:19
hey, how do I recover my password?
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 19 2014 17:09
got the password reset
now there’s some other avatar attached to mine
it is looking around
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 19 2014 17:44
@whatSocks , what do you mean?
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 19 2014 17:44
there was an avatar attached to me, but I have moved away from it
so i guess it’s a false alarm
i think we both teleported to the same location
Andrew Meadows
@AndrewMeadows
Sep 19 2014 17:46
@JiroMiya, I see, you aren't doing a particular thing but really are interested in all exposed enums. I don't think it is all documented yet, nor is there an easy way to find them other than looking at example scripts or the C++ code.
The custom mapping code between string and enum sounds like one of the things I recently added. I didn't want to leave it as enums yet. It might change.
Unfortunately I don't think we have a clear vision on what is the best way expose the C++ data to JS, so you see a mishmash of several styles right now. For example: Foo.bar or sometimes instead Foo.setBar() and Foo.getBar()
Corey Evans
@whyroc
Sep 19 2014 19:31
Everything seems to be building properly, is it possible to get a login? does it require a hifi account/auth even for local?
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 19 2014 19:32
local doesn't require an account, I'm sure you can get a login
Corey Evans
@whyroc
Sep 19 2014 19:49
ok I appear to be logged into local, I see a robot avatar that rotates and a starry sky but not much else, is this the right starting point?
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Sep 19 2014 19:51
Hey @whyroc, that robot is you and the starry sky is the only thing you can see whan not connected to a domain.
Send me you email, I’ll send you a login
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 19 2014 20:10
once my ‘intro to avatar’ is finished people will be less lost :p
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 19 2014 21:28
I've just pushed the second of two Rift VR display fixes to my repository.
The first fix, pushed yesterday, is for https://worklist.net/20054 and is in my 20054 branch and the worklist job marked "QA Ready".
The second fix, pushed just now, is for https://worklist.net/20055 and is in the "rift_head_tracking" branch of my respository.
The second fix is much more noticeable when using VR mode ... Before, when you moved or tilted your head the world seemed to move of it's own accord (nauseating!). ... Now, hen you move or tilt your head the world appears to be fixed in place as one would expect.
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 19 2014 21:33
I wonder if the folks down at the Oculus conference would like to have these fixes?
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Sep 19 2014 21:34
This sure would be good, but not sure if we’re gonna risk last minute fixes
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 19 2014 21:35
Fair enough ... they're there if wanted.
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Sep 19 2014 21:37
Wierd I don’t see any PR though.
I see you changes for the menu if I go to your branch
Ok same for head tracking but since you changed the name of the branch, the Worklist doesn’t find it I assume.
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 19 2014 21:40
Ah ... omitted to do a pull request for 20055
And I don't know what happened to 20054's pull request ... strange!
Ahh ... 20054 is just "QA Ready" so no pull request yet.
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Sep 19 2014 21:43
Ok
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 19 2014 21:43
I can do pull requests for either or both if wanted
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Sep 19 2014 21:44
No biggie, it probably won’t be merge before monday anyway since we have demos today and tomorrow.
Whatever fits the worklist the best
Maybe put both in Q&A, someone will test it out and put it in code review later.
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 19 2014 21:46
OK ... will leave it to go through the normal Worklist routine ... but they're there if anyone down south find they need them