Can’t find any info about how jit.gl.light and the light "included" in jit.gl.render interfere? Seems for me, if there is at least one jit.gl.light in the context then the light of jit.gl.render is turned off… so that seems only a default light…
Am I right or it works some other way?
that’s pretty much it.
adding a jit.gl.light object to a render context will disable the default jit.gl.render lighting.
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