I used the mirror command today. It worked great when looking at the wire frame drawing.
But, when I used raytrace to draw a nice image, the mirrored object disappeared! I also had a non-mirrored item in the scene, which was drawn OK.
I have attached a simple test case with three objects.
arb4 - a simple quadralateral
arb4.f - a bot made with: "facetize arbf.4 arb4"
mirTst.c/ - a combination with arb4.f
mirTstMir.c/ - Initially created with: "mirror mirTst.c mirTstMir.c z" then mirTst.c was added.
command: "B mirTstMir.c" displays both mirrored and no mirrored versions.
But, the raytrace output only shows the un-mirrored object.
Is there a solution to this problem?
the files: (I was going to attach a .g file, but apparently, that feature went away??)
1 (0.158203, -4.31592, -13.5)
2 (13.5, 16, -13.5)
3 (13.5, 16, 13.5)
4 (-8.38477, 5.36084, -13.5)
arb4.f: Bag of triangles (BOT)
4 vertices, 4 faces (counter-clockwise)
This is a solid object (not just a surface)
face 0: (0.158203 -4.31592 -13.5) (13.5 16 13.5) (-8.38477 5.36084 -13.5)
face 1: (0.158203 -4.31592 -13.5) (-8.38477 5.36084 -13.5) (13.5 16 -13.5)
face 2: (13.5 16 -13.5) (-8.38477 5.36084 -13.5) (13.5 16 13.5)
face 3: (13.5 16 -13.5) (13.5 16 13.5) (0.158203 -4.31592 -13.5)
u arb4.f az=180, el=0, scale 1
You can't attach files to forum posts (and never could). Perhaps you're thinking of the bug report tracker? That'd be the place to post this issue regardless:
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