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  1. I'm pretty fine working with the .babylon file format. Exporter which was developed for Blender 3D editor works perfectly and if to load the exported model using the next code: // won't write the full code// because it was fetched from the playground and it's very standard and worksBABYLON.SceneLoader.Load("", "fileName.babylon", engine, function (newScene) {...works well and WebGL renderer in browser shows my model. But, what if I don't want to load models as static files which must be saved in public folder of HTTP-server ( IIS, Apache, lighttpd, nginx, etc.. ). For e.g. I wanna load a .babylon file from the user's side or to secure the access to .babylon files at my backend. All right, let's watch the situation, if I provide some kind of Uploader (using File API from browser) in my web-application, from which user will be able to load 3D-models from their PC or other devices. I'm trying to load models like this way: File uploading ( change event of input-file ) which works well: function handleFiles( event ) { var uploader = event.srcElement || event.currentTarget; var files = uploader.files; var reader = new FileReader(); reader.onload = function( event ) { var data = JSON.parse( event.target.result ); loadCustomMesh( data ); }; // passing only single mesh because of testing purpose reader.readAsText( files[ 0 ] ); }Handling geometry and adding to scene: function loadCustomMesh( data ) { var mesh = new BABYLON.Mesh( Math.random().toString(), scene ); mesh.setVerticesData( BABYLON.VertexBuffer.PositionKind, data.meshes[ 0 ].positions, true ); mesh.setVerticesData( BABYLON.VertexBuffer.NormalKind, data.meshes[ 0 ].normals, true ); mesh.setIndices( data.meshes[ 0 ].indices ); mesh.position = new BABYLON.Vector3( 0, 0, 0 ); ...It works FINE! But!!! Without materials... I've found that multimaterial is here from the uploaded data: But if to use the next code: mesh.material = data.multiMaterials[ 0 ];Which is valid exactly for this sample, it throws the next error: Uncaught TypeError: t.needAlphaBlending is not a functionAnd I don't even know what to do next, any ideas?