Geomview For Windows?
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Re: dumb question
Oh, righto -- to simulate the SGI middle mouse on a Next, use alt-leftmouse. (For reference, I think this is mentioned in the Next-Help blurbs for the different motion modes.) Module installation: the current scheme is to read all the .geomview-xxx file existing in the modules directory (normally .../Geomview.app/modules/next). Each one normally contains an "(emodule-define xxx ...)" command for a single module, mentioning an executable which typically (but not necessarily) also lives in that directory. The main system geomview file, in case you want to change that also/instead, is ".../Geomview.app/geomview.gv". [We haven't had much snow, just enough to look nice, but it's been very cold here too!] > From hanson at cs.indiana.edu Mon Jan 17 16:07:19 1994 > From: hanson at cs.indiana.edu (Andrew J. Hanson) > Date: Mon, 17 Jan 1994 17:07:16 EST > To: slevy at geom > Subject: dumb question > > Stuart- > We are going to be running geomview in my Scientific Visualization > seminar lab this week, and we unfortunately have only a NeXT cluster > that can accommodate the class. The NeXT version is different from > the familiar SGI version in several ways, but the only thing I > haven't figured out so far is how to move an object in z: it seems > to expect use of a nonexistent middle mouse button (which is what > does z motion on the SGI's). Any hints? > Also, I can't seem to find the default .geomview file or whatever > is now used to add extra modules to your startup. Is anything changed > on the NeXT, or do we just clone the SGI version and try to get the > paths set correctly?? > Thanks! (We just got a whopper of snowstorm, following two days > of -15, which is COLD for this neck of the woods - how's the weather > in the North Country?) > -Andy >
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