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Re: 3DGraphics color problem


robpetersonSPAMME at iname.com wrote:
> 
> I have been doing some 3D plots, like Plot3D and I find that the
> surfaces are plotted in various colors.  These colors make a great mess
> when copied or faxed.  I have been trying for some time to find the
> option which will drop all of this color and simply do a black/white
> gridded surface which will fax nicely.  I've tried Lighting,
> ColorFunction, DefaultColor, and a bunch of others and all I can
> achieve is to make the surface completely black -- which is worse. Can
> some kind soul give me a hint of what to do to get rid of all that
> damned color and/or black and white shading which kills plots?
> 
> Thanks, Rob

I guess Shading->False is what you are looking for (at least for
Plot3D).
For ParametricPlot3D the option Lighting->False and the polygon style
GrayLevel[1] (fourth argument of the plotted vector function) should be
useful. 

Hope that helps

Martin Kraus


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