My two cents.
Please note some of these were mentioned above, I am re-confirming these discoveries.
When opening the DMG you find the Asura 3d icon. There is nothing in the Finder window to state what to do with it.
Add a link to the Applications folder with an arrow graphic, which indicates the user should drag and drop the Asura3D application to that folder.
Second to this, there is no logo for Asura3D
As mentioned above, please get an Apple certificate for this application. Otherwise users will be forced to deal with this
Note: not all users read thoroghly to understand they must go into the System Preferences / Security and Privacy to allow this application to be opened.
Opens as a small app window in the top left hand corner of the screen
Manually requested a registration code. The window states a code has been emailed to me yet your previous window asks that we export the registration code and email email@example.com to receive one.
I’ve done as instructed and emailed firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a code. (I’m expecting there are a lot of emails to go through so a code for me may take some time to receive).
I’ve experianced lag when rotating the build plain. I can do two different movements, Horzontal turns and vertical turns. It is very sluggish to respond / move.
I cannot move the build plain to any other part of the screen like I can in windows using the middle mouse button.
A drag and drop feature would be nice to import file vs always using the import button.
Clicking the Save button does nothing (may alos be because I do not have a model on the screen yet)
I cannot import a model to work with until I receive the registration code.
Buttons appear greyed out, even after registering
That is all the info I have for now until I receive my registration code to start working with objects.
Future feature request
• Mouse scrolling sensitivity
• Dark mode or light mode options
• Ability to choose which aspect of the computer hardware performs the 3d render
this may help with unexpected quitting of the application due to the overload of data processed individually through either.
I think the application is a great start and looks good too! Can’t wait to get my hands on the finished product! Thank you @peopoly!! <3
MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013)
2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB