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JB_HP_Viz
02-19-2015, 11:35 AM
Iíve setup an HTML page with a button on it using vizhtml

<input id='forward' type=button value="Forward">

And when that button is clicked it sends a message to Vizard

$("#forward").click(function() {
socket.send( 'forward' , viz.Data({}) );
});

Is there a way to map this HTML button to the Driving Transport in the vizconnect configuration file instead of mapping an input device like a keyboard or Joystick to the Driving Transport?

Attached JPEG shows mapping Keyboard keys to Driving Transport, I would like to be able to map an HTML button. Is there a way to setup a Driving Transport and then map HTML button in the code?


Thank you

John

Jeff
02-23-2015, 06:33 AM
This is not possible through the vizconnect GUI but should be possible by manually modifying the config file. I'll try and post a simple example soon.

JB_HP_Viz
02-23-2015, 11:26 AM
Thank you. That would be great if you can provide an example.

Jeff
02-24-2015, 08:38 PM
In the attached example the transport is defined in the vizconfig file but the transport's update function is moved to the main script. In the main script, there is a class which stores the button states. The update function moves the transport based on these button states.