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Re: Re: JavaView

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  • Subject: [mg80374] Re: [mg80322] Re: JavaView
  • From: Tim Brophy <timbrophy at>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 03:40:24 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <f9ue73$b82$> <>

Hi Mark,

Thanks for the help. It is working perfectly now. I think I panicked  
when I got the error messages.

The documentation centre says that swf files can be created with  
external controls but despite following all their instructions I have  
had no success.

Thanks again,

Tim Brophy

On 17 Aug 2007, at 06:55, mcmcclure at wrote:

> On Aug 15, 4:41 am, Tim Brophy <timbro... at> wrote:
>> Does anyone in the group have experience with
>> JavaView? I am having trouble loading it with
>> Mathematica 6.
> It essentially still works for me, but there are
> some things you need to be aware of.
>   * You get a complaint on loading about the
>     WorldPlot package.  This hasn't caused any
>     problems for me, although I don't think I've
>     used that functionality.
>   * JavaView can render graphics compatible with
>     Mathematica V5 graphics, but does not (yet)
>     deal with V6 extensions likely to be produced
>     by many plot commands.  Mathematica 6.0 can
>     produce V5 graphics however.  Simply execute
>     the following:
>     <<Version5`Graphics`
>     JavaView should now work as normal.  Hopefully,
>     JavaView will be updated, but I really have no
>     idea.
>   * If you want to use the JavaView applet to in
>     include Graphics3D in a web page, then another
>     option is to simply Export the graphics to JVX.
> Incidentally, I'm using JavaView V 3.90 on Mac OS X.
>> Anyone know anything about exporting as SWF with
>> controls?
> I have much less experience here, but I wouldn't be
> optimistic.  Certainly, it is quite easy to export
> to a Flash animation, but dynamic controls in a
> Mathematica notebook can call arbitrary Mathemactica
> code.  I can't imagine it is easy to translate
> Mathematica to Flash.
> Mark

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