Hiding Face Image Picker UI

  • Hey JAK,

    This can be done using the hideImagePicker() and showImagePicker() methods You could use the Behavior script to do the distance check, then the response could be a custom trigger for your own script to use these methods to hide and show the image picker!

    For more info check out the documentation - https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/api/classes/ImagePickerTextureProvider/

    Cheers,

    Ben

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  • Hi there, 

     

    I think it is possible.There are showImagePicker() and hideImagePicker() api available:

    https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/api/classes/FaceImagePickerTextureProvider/

    You'll just need to call them on some trigger.

    I've added Behavior Script that sends custom trigger "SHOW_UI"

     

    Then changed face Image controller form template so it will show picker only on this trigger

    And lets not forget to remove this response once it's triggered

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  • Awesome. Thank you both.

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