Design Your Own Play System
This design tool has been created to simplify the process of designing the perfect combination of play, socialization and physical development activities for your growing family. It is so simple to use, even the kids can do it. Whether you are looking for a compact set or a larger set for a more spacious area, Creative Playthings specialty product line is completely modular offering you a multiplicity of options so that you can maximize the perfect combination of physical, social, fun and safety options for your family! As you will see, “design flexibility” is a signature Creative Playthings advantage over other manufacturer’s play sets!
Please allow a few minutes for the configurator to load on slower internet connections.
The Configurator runs on Internet Explorer and FireFox on the PC, or Safari on the Mac with the Adobe Shockwave plugin installed.
For Macs running the 64bit version of Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6 or newer)
Adobe's Shockwave 3D has not been updated to work properly with the 64bit version of Safari, however you can start Safari in 32bit mode. First close Safari, then Command click on the icon and choose "Get Info" then put a checkmark in the box labled "Open in 32-bit mode". The next time you start Safari it will be running in 32bit mode and will allow the Configurator to work.
For further details or to see if this issue is resolved with a newer version of Shockwave, refer to Adobe's Tech Note: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/512/cpsid_51273.html
Printing (For All Macs)
There is limited support for printing your configuration on newer Intel based Macs. When you complete your design you may save your set and open it on a PC, or copy the parts list and paste it into a document for printing.
Difficulty clicking on an item?
Some versions of Shockwave on Safari can misinterpret the item being clicked on in the 3D window. If you experience this issue you may try: 1) clicking slightly above the item, 2) updating your version of Shockwave or Safari, 3) Try using a PC
For further details or to see if this issue is resolved with a newer version of Shockwave, refer to Adobe's Tech Note: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/002/f6b002d1.html