Update: Added swap button for fiver to swap between aesthetic/original IN14 five as some people prefer a "real" five. Background is that the original IN14 uses the same template for 2 and for 5 with one of them turned upside down in order to lower production cost and because back in these days it was considered sufficient. The swap 5 button acts as a toggle and swaps forth and back each time it is pressed. Valid for phones only: Here the swap button only works in initial unzoomed state. To unzoom turn phone from landscape orientation to upright and back. Tap button until the button shows a red outline (might take a couple of tries). Then just tap it again to toggle. As long as its outlined red the button is normally receptive. The problem comes most likely from the Koui menu system i have used. Use this workaround until i implement a remedy. That´s it. I made a Nixie clock using Blender and Armory3D, which i would like to share. Please give it a shot and tell me your opinions. It has already got 136 hits 21 hours after upload. So, to my delight and inspiration to continue similar projects, people seem to like it. Modifications or variations to it are relatively easy, meaning constructive suggestions are always welcome. I already got a proposal in the German mc forum to give Panaplex a try, which i will seriously consider. See Armory3D forum thread for the link to the Live version. Should run just everywhere on a system with a 3D capable browser like Firefox, Chromium, Edge. Compiled as a website it is OS agnostic. Meaning it runs on any OS. https://forums.armory3d.org/t/improved-nixie-clock-desktop-mobile/4940 and as a bonus a simple LED clock Live demo. https://forums.armory3d.org/t/armory3d-ledclock-6-digit-7-segments-no-bells-and-whistles/4936 If somebody would prefer a standalone executable, i have already binary releases for Linux and Windows ready. Just ask and i will upload it to Github. They are around 20 to 25 MB each. However once you loaded the web version you can shut down the Internet connection. As long as you don´t close the browser window it will continue to run. So IMHO standalone is not really necessary. Have fun!
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