Geomview For Windows?
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Re: [Update REQ 5480]: request
> > Date: Wed, 5 Jul 1995 10:26:32 -0500 > From: slevy > Message-Id: <199507051526.KAA29373 at euclid.geom.umn.edu> > To: software@geom, software@geom > Subject: Re: [ REQ 5480]: request > Cc: (software-admin at geom.umn.edu) (software-news at geom.umn.edu) > > Geomview does have a very limited capability of displaying separate worlds -- > see the "(scene CAMID GEOMETRY)" command. That is, once you've created > a camera, you can specify that it should show the given geometric object > rather than the normal world. You can of course change the object it shows > by issuing another (scene ...) command. Geomview's normal object-motion modes > don't apply to these windows -- the "fly" and "orbit" modes operate on > the cameras, but you can't directly cause the geometry to move. > > Does that help? > > assign: slevy > > Yes many thanks, that has helped enormously. I think I will be able to use geomview for my project after discovering the 'scene' command. Is there any more documentation on the rules for using 'scene'. What you say about it seems to hold, but the entry in the manual is very terse and unrevealing. Many thanks for your original reply, Giles Jermy.
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