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Re: Viewpoint selector for Mac in 6.0?


Ravi,

1) Make your plot.
2) Use the mouse to obtain the viewpoint that you want.
3) Right in front (on the left) of the plot output type 'Options['  and 
right after the plot (on the right) type ', Viewpoint'] and then evaluate.
4) That will give you the current Viewpoint option, which you could then 
copy into the plot Input specification.

-- 
David Park
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"Ravi Balasubramanian" <bravi at cs.washington.edu> wrote in message 
news:fs26q4$96$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> Hello friends,
>
> It appears that the viewpoint selector for 3D graphics is absent in 6.0
> (Mac version).  Is there an alternate way to manually choose a view
> (other than trying different viewpoints repeatedly)?  Suggestions
> appreciated.
>
> Ravi
> University of Washington
> 



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