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How to use one keyword to trigger different events which have somehow relations like order?

edited March 2018 in Questions And Answers

Just like this demo video, one keyword "check", to trigger different texts display and models display by order. I only know to use keywordManager.cs ,but have no idea how to next. Hope help, thanks a lot

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  • Thanks, stepan. @stepan_stulov I have tried KeywordRecognizer, and it does helps. However, when I use one keyword to control a 3D-model whether to render in Hololens, it fails to display 3D-model instead 2D-model in a 2D-panel, do you have any idea about how to solve this problem?

  • Hey, @Bert_Yang1

    This sounds like to general of a problem to narrow down a solution. I propose you describe your issue in more detail as a separate question/thred here on the forums.


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  • Okay, thank you [email protected]_stulov

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