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Re: interactive 3d graphic in a palette?

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  • Subject: [mg99302] Re: interactive 3d graphic in a palette?
  • From: dbreiss at
  • Date: Sat, 2 May 2009 05:59:19 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <gtefb4$19c$>

The start of an approach:

   Button["Close", NotebookClose[EvaluationNotebook[]],
    Appearance -> "Palette"],

   TextCell[Plot3D[x y, {x, 1, 2}, {y, 0, 3}, ImageSize -> 100],
    Deployed -> False,
    CellMargins -> 0,
    TextAlignment -> Center]},
  Alignment -> Center],
 WindowFrame -> "Palette",
 WindowSize -> 130,
 Deployed -> True,
 ShowCellBracket -> False]

key pointer:  when doing something creative in a palette, it is often
best to build it up directly rather than start with PaletteNotebook,
since there are many notebook options automatically set in
PaletteNotebook that you may want to have direct control over...


On May 1, 5:28 am, meitnik <meit... at> wrote:
> hi,
> I was experimenting with putting a 3d graphic as an item on a palette.
> I can see it and even see the rotate cursor, but its not interactive.
> Is there some code/options I need to get/set the interactivity am
> wanting? Anyone been able to do this? Or by definition a palette just
> wont support what am trying to do?
> Thanks
> andrew

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