I’m not sure if it’s the right place to ask for this, but I’m following “the book”, and at the end of th chapter 4, it says I should open the AssetPackBrowser, and “install the three AssetPacks”. The AssetPackBrowser window is visible, but it doesn’t look like there is anything in it. If I choose “view library” at the bottom of that window, it just sows “Assets” in the window itself, but I cannot interact with that in any way (expand, right click, … no clue what it’s meant to do) and if I choose “online assetpacks” I get a totally empty window. There is an “update” button (in both views) at the top, but it does nothing.
So, I don’t know how/where to get those “three AssetPacks” …
Thank you, Normen. While I’m not 100% sure I understand your answer, I’ll interpret it as saying, “The SDK is not able to download those files, atm”.
Unfortunately, I then have a new question: Can I somehow get the files “manually” from somewhere? Searching on the site, I found this other person with the same problem, and which asked the same second question, but got no answer: AssetPack browser empty? So, is it now somehow possible? Surely, the files aren’t truly “lost” …
Hi guys, I am new on JME. I have a same problem that the AssetPack is empty. @kwando said the problem was fix in Oct 13, but maybe the problem happens again after the website’s maintenance. Hopefully there is any solution for this. I am following the JME3.0 beginner tutorial page 122.
Thanks a lot @kwando
Hey guys I checked out in the source. It fetches html from http://jmonkeyengine.org/assetpacks/list.php
it returns 402 error. I heard about the news on servers change. May be there is the problem with the php script or it may not exist.