Geomview For Windows?
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coordinates in geomview
> Sure, turn world normalization off by selecting the World object > and then Choosing 'None' (Key sequence = 0N) for normalization on > the obscure panel. Now all objects should appear in the same > coordinate system. You can also put the command "(normalization allgeoms none)" in your .geomview file. Geomview reads this file upon startup, so this will keep you from having to type 0N every time you run geomview. If you don't have a .geomview file just create one with the above command in it. If you already have one just add that to the list of commands in it. Geomview looks for a .geomview file first in the current directory and then, if there isn't one there, in your home directory. --Mark
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