Conceptual Question about behaviors?
Okay I was just reading about how Behaviors work when I came across this line:
If the ViewPlatform object's activation volume does not intersect with a behavior's scheduling region, Java 3D can safely ignore that behavior's wakeup criterion.
Does this mean that If I associate an action with my Game Sprite, it won't do it until Ã½t's visible? Say I want a character to move left when I press the left arrow key. Does this mean that if the character is not visible, then he cannot move left?
Also, is it possible to put physics calculation code in the preRender() method in Canvas3D instead of using a behavior?