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3D content shown on top left corner of the screen.

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luzi82
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When I open the Java3D examples( https://j3d-webstart.dev.java.net/test/
), the 3D stuff is shown on the top left of the screen, instead of the app frame.
I downloaded Java3D 1.5.0, and try to run some example. The problem still here.

However, when I use swing (JFrame,JCanvas3d...) instead of AWT, everything is ok.
I have tried the example on other devices, and everything is fine too.

Here is my PC's spec:
Barebone: ASUS T3-P5G965, using onboard intel G965 graphics chip.
OS: Windows Vista Home Basic, Traditional Chinese.

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jada
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Our test on Windows Vista with Intel G965 graphics chip looks good.
What's the version of graphics driver on your system ?
We have the latest driver installed : Driver Version 7.14.10.1244 ( 3/30/2007)

****** Partial output from QueryProperties *******

j3d.version = 1.5.0 fcs (build8)
j3d.vendor = Sun Microsystems, Inc.
j3d.specification.version = 1.5
j3d.specification.vendor = Sun Microsystems, Inc.
j3d.pipeline = NATIVE_OGL
j3d.renderer = OpenGL

native.renderer = Intel 965/963 Graphics Media Accelerator
native.vendor = Intel
native.version = 1.5.0 - Build 7.14.10.1244

- Chien.

luzi82
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Here is the Diagnostic Report from my display driver.
http://www.luzi82.com/~luzi82/res/etc/DiagnosticReport.txt

Moreover, the same problem occur in the JOGL applet demo.
https://jogl-demos.dev.java.net/applettest.html

How to output the QueryProperties?
I am using java1.6.0_01-b06

kcr
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To run QueryProperties, go to:

https://j3d-webstart.dev.java.net/test/

And click on either the QueryProperties or the QueryProperties-1.5.1-exp link.

luzi82
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Here is the full list from QueryProperties-1.5.1-exp:

j3d.version = 1.5.0 fcs (build8)
j3d.vendor = Sun Microsystems, Inc.
j3d.specification.version = 1.5
j3d.specification.vendor = Sun Microsystems, Inc.
j3d.pipeline = NATIVE_OGL
j3d.renderer = OpenGL

native.renderer = Intel 965/963 Graphics Media Accelerator
native.vendor = Intel
native.version = 1.5.0 - Build 7.14.10.1244
doubleBufferAvailable = true
stereoAvailable = false
sceneAntialiasingAvailable = true
sceneAntialiasingNumPasses = 8
compressedGeometry.majorVersionNumber = 1
compressedGeometry.minorVersionNumber = 0
compressedGeometry.minorMinorVersionNumber = 2
textureUnitStateMax = 8
textureWidthMax = 2048
textureHeightMax = 2048
shadingLanguageCg = false
shadingLanguageGLSL = false
stencilSize = 0
texture3DAvailable = true
texture3DDepthMax = 128
texture3DHeightMax = 128
texture3DWidthMax = 128
textureAnisotropicFilterDegreeMax = 2.0
textureBoundaryWidthMax = 1
textureColorTableSize = 0
textureCombineDot3Available = true
textureCombineSubtractAvailable = true
textureCoordSetsMax = 8
textureCubeMapAvailable = true
textureDetailAvailable = false
textureEnvCombineAvailable = true
textureFilter4Available = false
textureImageUnitsCombinedMax = 0
textureImageUnitsMax = 0
textureImageUnitsVertexMax = 0
textureLodOffsetAvailable = false
textureLodRangeAvailable = true
textureNonPowerOfTwoAvailable = false
textureSharpenAvailable = false
vertexAttrsMax = 0

luzi82
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Just tested. When I am running on Vista feeling GUI (non-Aero), everything is fine.
But when i switch to cheap win2k GUI, the problem appear.

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jada
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We believe this is an Intel OGL driver bug. We suggest you switch to D3D pipe if you want to run Java 3D on Vista with win2k GUI. We have verified that Java 3D's D3D pipe works fine in this case.

- Chien.

frank0631
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oh wow. I don't have the anwser to this problem, but I'm glad you have it too. I thought I was crazy, this error wasn't posted anywhere else. But now that somebody else has this problem, it just reassures me that I am sane. ^_^

I'll keep looking around for a solution. I've favorited this page so if I find anything I'll come back here.

luzi82
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Hi, frank0631. Would you please provide the spec of your device? I wonder if that is came from OS/Hardware/Java. Moreover, have u tried Swing?

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frank0631
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eh, not really sure what my computer's specs are but I'll give it my best shot.

Acer: ACPI x86-based PC, Mobile Intel 945GM Express
Os; Windows Vista Home Premium, English

The complier I use is JGrasp no I haven't tried Swing and all the tutorials use AWT. I think it's the way we installed java that's the problem. the order I installed:

DirextX > Java SE devolopment kit 6 > Java 3D 1.5.0

the way my screen looks is almost identical to yours.