Hello Team my concern regarding the site pal avatar is , even after making SitePal avatar responsive while zooming in and zooming out the avatar is non responsive . It would be great if i get any reply on this query
When copying the SitePal embed code, you need to turn ON the "responsive" option. With the responsive option turned ON your SitePal character's dimensions adjust automatically (as you would expect).
There are several technical examples on our support examples page that demonstrate this behavior.
See for example -
Please grab a fresh copy of your Scene's embed code - and verify that the 'responsive' option is ON.
Replace the embed code on your web page - and clear your browser cache.
That should do it.
If it does not behave as expected after doing so - please send us a note to email@example.com, and include a link to your web page where the problem can be seen. We will look into it and advise further.
The SitePal Team
Earlier this week I made a Spokesperson complete with text to speech. The link I copied takes me to her. I emailed tech support and they shared a screen shot that's she is there. I can't locate my library to find her.
To locate your character library:
Select the Models tab in the editor - and then "my library".
Hope this helps,
Multiple sayText() or sayAudio() calls to sitepal are not queued, and the last audio starts playing.
We have the interrupt mode disabled using the setStatus() call.
We have verified that the issue is at Sitepal's end. For quick demonstration, try it here on your API example for Enable/Disable playback queuing.
A fix has been deployed for this problem.
Please take a look (you may need to clear your browser cache)
Thanks for alerting us.
I'm try to upload my custom loader,
but i get back from backend an error with invalid column when saving to DB.
This issue has been fixed & verified. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Please try again to upload your custom loader & let us know if any problem is encountered.
The SitePal Team
I'm try to send an method to the scene, but JS say me is not a function.
This is an example: https://jsfiddle.net/moku23/05ycdsvr/5/
There is no function called say me or sayme or say.
There are three main speech functions that you should become familiar with -
1. sayAudio - to speak previously uploaded or recorded audios
2. sayText - for realtime Text-to-Speech audio
3. sayAI - for user interaction with your SitePal Bot (or 3rd party bot)
To become more familiiar with using our API I recommend reading the introduction section in our Client API reference document on our support page.
Here is a direct link -
On our support page - www.sitepal.com/support - you will also find links to dozens of technical examples demonstrating how to use our API. Please peruse those examples, and feel free to copy their source code to your own page to get started.
Regarding the test page you shared above - In your page you are trying to call the function saySilent (please look un in the reference doc what it does). But it will not work before your character has loaded.
You should use the callback function vh_sceneLoaded to find out when it is safe to call the API.
Finally, if you have specific questions - please send us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org - and we will be happy to look into and advise.
I hope this helps,
ps. great character!
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