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[help-3dldf] How to z-sort the polygons of a cuboid using with_focus
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scientist47 |
Subject: |
[help-3dldf] How to z-sort the polygons of a cuboid using with_focus |
Date: |
Tue, 13 Mar 2007 22:00:55 +0100 |
Hi guys! I just started using this cool program for my master's thesis
report. Need a little help:
I have managed to filldraw the cuboid and other solid shapes with
output save_picture with_projection parallel_x_z;
but when I use
output save_picture with_focus f;
or
output save_picture with_focus f with_surface_hiding mean_z_sort;
the surfaces are not sorted, or sorted incorrectly - I'm not sure which.
I use the 1.2.0.0 snapshot version from 3DLDFsnp.tar.gz.
Per
ldf file source follows:
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verbatim_metapost "verbatimtex \magnification=\magstep3 etex";
picture axis_picture;
picture save_picture;
point axis_pt[];
focus f;
set f with_position (10, -5, 2)
with_direction (0, 2, 0)
with_distance 100;
pickup pencircle scaled (.5mm, .5mm);
axis_y_rt := 1;
axis_z_top := 1;
axis_x_front := 1;
axis_pt0 := (axis_y_rt, 0, 0);
axis_pt1 := (0, axis_z_top, 0);
axis_pt2 := (0, 0, -axis_x_front);
drawarrow origin -- axis_pt0 on_picture axis_picture;
drawarrow origin -- axis_pt1 on_picture axis_picture;
drawarrow origin -- axis_pt2 on_picture axis_picture;
label.bot("y", axis_pt0) axis_picture;
label.rt("z", axis_pt1) axis_picture;
label.lft("x", axis_pt2) axis_picture;
pickup pencircle scaled (.1mm, .1mm);
beginfig(0);
%polyhedron c;
%c := unit_icosahedron scaled 0.6;
cuboid c;
c := unit_cuboid;
filldraw c with_draw_color blue with_fill_color green;
show c;
save_picture := current_picture;
clear current_picture;
output save_picture with_projection parallel_x_z;
output save_picture with_focus f with_surface_hiding mean_z_sort;
output axis_picture with_focus f;
endfig with_focus f;
verbatim_metapost "end";
end;
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