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External Reference Problem

 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:11 pm    Post subject: External Reference Problem Reply with quote

Hi there,

Can anyone help me out with an OSG problem I'm experiencing?

I have a model in OpenFlight format that contains multiple
external references that reference the same model.

The external reference model has a switch bead that is
exercised by my application.

When I change the switch state of one of the externally
referenced models, using the setSingleChildOn method, the
state of ALL the models changes! (This also happens when
updating DOF nodes).

Can anyone suggest how I can get round this problem?
(Creating separate instances of each of the external
reference models is not a feasible solution!)

Thanks in advance for any help

Stuart
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