Nicola

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  • #7637
    Nicola
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    Hi again,

    First of all, thank you for your help 🙂 even if the problem is not solved yet.

    I realized to work around the problem (simply, I extended the RadioButton class and added a Rectangle to its fields, which works as occluder. I simply assign the behavior to the rectangle instead of the RadioButton).

    Anyway, I’m not able anyway to get the “gazeable area” under a defined dimension… I mean: even if the Rectangle gets smaller, the problem is the same, the occluder doesn’t go under a certain dimension.
    Is there an “automatic limit” for any shape?

    I tried using a polygonal shape instead of a Rectangle (class Polygon), but I got very strange problems.
    It was like only two polygons got the gaze aware ability, and only on a vertical span! I mean, they got reactive as they were occupying all the screen, from the bottom to the upper part!!
    Is there any known issue with the Polygon class? Am I using the wrong class?

    #7533
    Nicola
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    Whole project sent via PM!
    Thank you.

    #7528
    Nicola
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    Thank you for your answer,
    given that it may be impossible to change the occluder of a WPF control, how can I design my own object defining the occluder? Can you give me an example? It will be fine enough for me 🙂

    I would like to share the code with you, but since this is an university degree thesis, I’m still a bit hesitant about sharing the whole code publicly to the world. Maybe I can publish there on the forum only the part of the code (with comments) which is responsible for drawing the grid, or I can share the code of the whole project if you can give me an email where to send it.

    Thank you again

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