FAQ: Introduction to A-Frame - Review

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i am trying the lego piece challenge but i am unable to make it as it shown, i didn’t able to set the angles properly… please anybody help me with that!!!

        position="0 2 -5"
        rotation="20 45 20" 
        scale="2 1 2"></a-box>

here is the code i am using…

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having the same issue here, i’m trying to move the cylinder to fit the box

. I used this code and it appears similar like the lego piece.

I’m having the same problem. It is supposed to be on the box, but my cylinder is far behind it!

@beta1029425651 @laurentmisso26936928 @hrithikarya
Here’s the code:

    <script src="https://aframe.io/releases/1.0.4/aframe.min.js"></script>
    <a-scene background="color:#222222">
       position="0 2 -5"
       rotation="0 45 45"
       scale="2 1 2">
        <a-cylinder position=".25 0 .25" scale=".15 1.2 .15"></a-cylinder>
        <a-cylinder position="-.25 0 -.25" scale=".15 1.2 .15"></a-cylinder>
        <a-cylinder position="-.25 0 .25" scale=".15 1.2 .15"></a-cylinder>
        <a-cylinder position=".25 0 -.25" scale=".15 1.2 .15"></a-cylinder>

There’s a supermedium discord server where a guy share this code with me. I highly recommend you joining in. He is using child-figures (something familiar to all of you because of knowing HTML) and same happens with a-frame.

If any of you guys have SO I recommend you posting it there, for future people having the same issue just googling for getting the solution. I still don’t have but I should sign up. Next time I will do it.

Happy coding and have a great day.

Edit: There’s also an Slack server and all this information you can find them on the documentation.
Here for example the section about HTML & Primitives: https://aframe.io/docs/1.0.0/introduction/html-and-primitives.html.

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