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have a large assembly of primitives (*.s), regions (*.r), groups, larger groups, etc.
I wanted to display all the regions, so I did a "B *.r" and I can now see everything, but if I do query ray I get:
Firing from (5635.277528, 1195.329334, 2362.383769)...
db_lookup(router) failed: router does not exist
db_string_to_path() of 'router' failed on 'router'
db_walk_tree: warning - router not found.
arb(antenna_unit_contents.s1): face 1234 non-planar, dot=0.105987
arb(antenna_unit_contents.s1): face 1562 non-planar, dot=0.0708636
db_walk_tree: 1 item not found.
Any explanation of why it's working this way?
Also, is there any way to select a face of an object or a corner and get coordinates? i.e. I want the front, right, bottom corner of a box, can I get info on it with a mouse click? (I've been using query ray to get this info by shooting the side of a box that I wanted the X, Y, or Z for…)