Hi Tim,

No, that is not possible. And a workaround isn't simple. You can wrap the CGO object and place it each time you need it, using the information stored in the viewing matrix.



On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 1:43 AM, Someone Else <tnorgd@gmail.com> wrote:

is it possible to define a CGO object (e.g. a text) that wouldn't move when a user rotates the scene? For example, a graphics title in the top left corner


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