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I updated BRIGL on my web server. Works okay, but some parts have issues. For instance, look at these heads:

http://isometricland.net/brigl/ldr_headsgrid.php
(2019-06-28, 6:57)Michael Horvath Wrote: [ -> ]I updated BRIGL on my web server. Works okay, but some parts have issues. For instance, look at these heads:

http://isometricland.net/brigl/ldr_headsgrid.php

To me it looks like your library have issues.
I see two broken heads that I know have been reworked and corrected. They used an old obsolete subfile, and wasn't correctly bfc'd. They are corrected, but right now I don't know their status, official or unofficial.
(2019-06-28, 6:57)Michael Horvath Wrote: [ -> ]I updated BRIGL on my web server. Works okay, but some parts have issues. For instance, look at these heads:

http://isometricland.net/brigl/ldr_headsgrid.php

The OMR brigl points to an always up to date version of the library. If there’s an OMR model that uses the parts in question then you can check.
(2019-06-28, 15:41)Orion Pobursky Wrote: [ -> ]The OMR brigl points to an always up to date version of the library. If there’s an OMR model that uses the parts in question then you can check.

What is "OMR brigl"? Thanks.
I can confirm that brigl works correctly in conjunction with LDBoxer parts.

https://github.com/Jeremy1980/LDBoxer

These parts likely will improve performance, though I have not done any benchmarking.

Here is an example:

http://isometricland.net/brigl/ldr_carriagehouse.php

This model may take several minutes to fully load. It may seem as if the loading has become "stuck" and has stopped advancing. (This is my #1 major annoyance with brigl.) Just be patient and let the browser tab alone for a while.
(2019-06-28, 15:32)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]To me it looks like your library have issues.
I see two broken heads that I know have been reworked and corrected. They used an old obsolete subfile, and wasn't correctly bfc'd. They are corrected, but right now I don't know their status, official or unofficial.

My complete.zip is dated 2018/12/27. Is there a newer one?
(2019-06-28, 18:52)Michael Horvath Wrote: [ -> ]What is "OMR brigl"? Thanks.

The OMR uses Brigl to display models and uses the official, always up to date, library on the LDraw server. If there's a model currently in the OMR that uses the parts in question then you can use it to see if the problem recurs there.
(2019-06-28, 19:02)Orion Pobursky Wrote: [ -> ]The OMR uses Brigl to display models and uses the official, always up to date, library on the LDraw server. If there's a model currently in the OMR that uses the parts in question then you can use it to see if the problem recurs there.

There is a note on the OMR Brigl page that some models might cause Brigl to crash. Do you happen to remember which ones in particular are problematic?
(2019-06-29, 16:00)Hazen Babcock Wrote: [ -> ]There is a note on the OMR Brigl page that some models might cause Brigl to crash. Do you happen to remember which ones in particular are problematic?

I think it's less of a model problem and more of a problem with model size and horsepower of the rendering machine.  Example: 10030 crashes the tab on my iPhone but loads perfectly fine on my desktop.
(2019-06-29, 16:17)Orion Pobursky Wrote: [ -> ]I think it's less of a model problem and more of a problem with model size and horsepower of the rendering machine.  Example: 10030 crashes the tab on my iPhone but loads perfectly fine on my desktop.
Maybe there is some way for Brigl to be more aware of the limitations of the browser that it is operating in. I'll look into this.
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