Hi guys. Im new to three.js but I can’t even get it to load into a browser. I’ve downloaded the files, extracted them to desktop, created a simple html file and copy/pasted the example cube scene that threejs.org provides. Still nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- Can you let us know which config you are using: OS, browser and three.js versions?
- Also when you view the official examples @ https://threejs.org/examples/, are they working for you?
- If you use Firefox, Chrome or IE, you can use the JS console from the “dev tools” (pressing F12) and let us know the error you are getting?
Hi. I am using Windows 7, Google Chrome, and I just downloaded the complete
download of the three.js. I can view the examples perfectly fine. Any help
would be appreciated. I have a project in three.js due tonight!
What info are you getting back from the console?
Sorry, I don’t know exactly what you mean. I’m on a laptop and hitting FN +
F12 and the console isnt appearing.
Ok. So I switched laptops(why doesn’t my console open up on the other?) and
I’ve opened the console. "failed to load resource net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND"
and an uncaught reference error stating that THREE isn’t defined. Obviously
this means that it can’t find the file location, but why? I downloaded the
three.js files and just extracted them to my desktop. Am I missing
Are you running a local copy of Chrome?