I’ve been reading up on AdvancedDynamicTexture and I’m a bit confused by it, in all the examples it is never added to a scene. Is it agnostic? What happens if you have multiple scenes you wish to switch through?
Here is API - AdvancedDynamicTexture | Babylon.js Documentation
I stand corrected.
For anyone else that may end up here with this question, I created a playground for it:
it accepts a JSON array of things and renders them as a menu
I am not sure that I understand what is your question exactly about, but here is the example of GUI with 2 scenes - https://playground.babylonjs.com/#MXCRPS#1
Ahh, the issue I was having was that the examples use a static method and the scene is not provided as an argument in the examples.
I got confused, trying to work out how there was a relationship between the dynamic texture and the scene.
The linked documentation is perfect though, thanks