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Wed Jun 2 10:57:38 EDT 1993
From: shapiro at zorro.cecer.army.mil (Michael Shapiro)
Subject: Re: d.3d in GRASS 4.1
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Organization: US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Labs
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Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1993 14:57:36 GMT
In <9305281928.AA13006 at towhee.cor2.epa.gov> greg at towhee.cor2.epa.gov (Greg Koerper) writes:
> d.3d, though faster, is now brain dead.
>1) The format of 3dview files is different. It no longer retains information
>about erase colour, line colour, or average elevations. This must be
>changed EACH time a 3dview file is used.
>2) It will over-write an existing 3dview file when it uses an old one.
>3) It (still) will not allow me to over-write an existing 3dview file when
>I exit d.3d. So it can do what it will not allow me to do.
>4) It will draw into the full screen frame, even it a sub frame is active.
>5) It will do item 4 only AFTER the first time an old 3dview file is used.
>Then there is different behaviour between the first use of a 3dview file
>from all following uses. This is difficult to reproduce.
> I have not tried it on an lat/long projections yet, so I do not know
>if it is still broken in that way.
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