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Re: determine viewpoint value during V6 3d rotation

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  • Subject: [mg82492] Re: determine viewpoint value during V6 3d rotation
  • From: George Musser <georgejr at musser.com>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007 05:38:41 -0400 (EDT)

> In any case, with Version 6 any piece of Graphics3D,
> including that produced 
> by ParametricPlot3D, can be rotated with the mouse.
> You can also hold down 
> the the Ctrl key and zoom in and out with the mouse.
> You can also hold down 
> the shift key and translate the image back and forth
> or up and down.

Yes, but once you've rotated the image, how can you determine the numerical values of the new settings (so that you can save them for later use)?

George


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