applet upload issue
For some reason my applet won't upload to env3d. A small window pops up that says packaging, and it just seems to freeze and not do anything...I can't even cancel it without using task manager. I remember this same problem from along time ago but can't remember how to resolve it. Am I just being impatient? Does it take a long time because I waited quite awhile it seemed.
Under the Preferences -> Extensions, find the option "Compression Dictionary Size" and try to reduce it by 1. This might help if you your PC don't have enough memory.
You can copy the output from the bluej debug log and paste it here. That would help me determine what exactly went wrong.
Does the applet run locally (i.e. on your own machine)?. It could be that the applet is too big since there is a 20Mb upload limit to env3d.org. You can check the size of your upload by looking into the applet/ directory and check the size of game3.jar and game_support.jar.
What I mean is NOT to use the applet viewer function, but the "Run Env3D Applet" option under the Env3D menu, as show in the following: http://www.env3d.org/beta/node/43
This should launch the env3d applet locally on your own computer. If this works, you can upload the entire applet directory to any web host so others can access it.
Ok, please try the "Create Env3D Applet" option. This will launch a local browser..
Sorry about that!
Looks like the compression ran out of memory. Did you try changing the dictionary size in the Preferences section?