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Thread: Problem With Adding TLayer3D to Embarcadero FireMonkey 3D Sample Program



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Rea Berryman

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Problem With Adding TLayer3D to Embarcadero FireMonkey 3D Sample Program
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  Posted: Oct 11, 2017 4:38 PM
I accidently posted this in the Delphi forum. Sorry for double posting. Hopefully someone can help.

I am trying to learn 3D programming using FireMonkey.

I successfully compiled the sample program that came with RAD Studio 10.2 found in "...Samples\CPP\Multi-Device Samples\User Interface\Arrows3D". I would like to add regular controls to the demo program.

I added a TLayer3D component as a child of the main form, set its alignment as MostRight, changed its width to 100. I then added a TButton to the TLayer3D.

I cannot see either one during design or runtime.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
Rea Berryman

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Re: Problem With Adding TLayer3D to Embarcadero FireMonkey 3D Sample Program
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  Posted: Oct 11, 2017 5:38 PM   in response to: Rea Berryman in response to: Rea Berryman
Rea Berryman wrote:
I accidently posted this in the Delphi forum. Sorry for double posting. Hopefully someone can help.

I am trying to learn 3D programming using FireMonkey.

I successfully compiled the sample program that came with RAD Studio 10.2 found in "...Samples\CPP\Multi-Device Samples\User Interface\Arrows3D". I would like to add regular controls to the demo program.

I added a TLayer3D component as a child of the main form, set its alignment as MostRight, changed its width to 100. I then added a TButton to the TLayer3D.

I cannot see either one during design or runtime.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

Never mind. I worked with this more and see that the TLayer3D component is used with TForm3D not TForm.
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