Geomview For Windows?
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(scale GEOM-ID FACTOR [FACTORY FACTORZ]) Scale GEOM-ID, multiplying its size by FACTOR. The factors should be positive numbers. If FACTORY and FACTORZ are present and non-zero, the object is scaled by FACTOR in x, by FACTORY in y, and by FACTORZ in z. If only FACTOR is present, the object is scaled by FACTOR in x, y, and z. Scaling only really makes sense in Euclidean space. Mouse-driven scaling in other spaces is not allowed; the scale command may be issued in other spaces but should be used with caution because it may cause the data to extend beyond the limits of the space. No, but there's a hack that might help: load the object "axes.list", which spans the unit cube with 10 ticks on each axis. You can then scale it uniformly to the proper size with a command like "(scale axes.list 10)", but the tick marks aren't numbered. Tamara Munzner Geometry Center
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