HI Ben, On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 9:48 AM, Ben <ben.poul...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, > if I have understood , I must design my application with a CompositeViewer > in order to use two scene, each in it's own view. > I have a 3D classic view and a "map vue". > How can I display only one at once using compositeviewer? (I don't see how > to use nodemask) > The natural way to manage a application that was two views on to two different scenes is to use a osgViewer::View for each separate scene, and then a osgViewer::CompositeViewer to manage these two scenes. These two views can share the same GraphicsWindow, or have their own. They may even be added/removed from the CompositeViewer, or have their rendering toggled on/off via NodeMask's on the master Camera for each View. Robert.
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