Geomview For Windows?
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> From bpeckha1 at d.umn.edu Tue Jul 5 12:06:45 1994 > Date: Tue, 5 Jul 1994 12:05:25 -0500 > From: bruce peckham <bpeckha1 at d.umn.edu> > To: slevy at geom > Subject: geomview > > Hi Stuart, > > I have a quick geomview question for you. > > > I have a MESH surface I am viewing and I am using Geomview to draw its > boundary. That part works nicely. When I try to save the boundary > using Geomview's save button, it is saved in world coordinates. Is there > any way to have it saved in the same coordinates of the original MESH > surface? > > Thanks, > Bruce P. Yes -- you can use the geomview command (e.g. in the Commands panel) (write geometry /some/file/name Boundary your-mesh-object) where "your-mesh-object" is the name as it appears in the geomview object browser. Mentioning it as the last argument means that the object should be transformed into its coordinate system.
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