From: Warren L. DeLano <warren@de...> - 2003-06-04 19:47:04
>Can you tell me how to get the roving density to active?
>Just downloaded v88 and this looks like a nice new feature.
At a minimum, load a map and a model. Then
set roving_detail, 1
set roving_map1_name, map-name
to change level:
set roving_map1_level, map-level
to change amount of density shown:
set roving_isomesh, distance-cutof
to remove sticks:
and for improved clarity:
set line_width, 3
You can have up to three maps loaded at three different levels. Use
"map2" and "map3" in place of "map1" above. By default map1 is level
1.0, map2 is level 2.0, and map3 is level 3.0.
One of the tricky things about roving is you really need to learn how to
move the clipping planes forward and back using
SHIFT-Right-Click-And-Drag. That way you can Move in Z as well as X and
Y. See the manual page for details:
Warren L. DeLano, Ph.D.
DeLano Scientific LLC
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