If some image is to be used as a texture, it makes sense to use the
Texture2 definition and let it recognize texture images via URL filenames.
Launching some other browser shouldn't be excessively difficulty since
there is a lot of client code freely available. Furthermore it is my
understanding that we are looking at VRML as a superset of HTML
functionality, e.g. we might be using VRML-compatible HTML-compatible
(perhaps mosaic-like) viewers to navigate.
The note where I justified these three possibilities disappeared into
the list without a ripple. Assents, dissents, requests to repost or
requests to shaddup are welcome!
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