pett at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Dec 9 15:12:42 PST 2008
I've updated 'reset' so that new models keep their relative position
to the lowest-numbered old model when resetting to a position that
didn't include the new model. I hope that helps some. It'll be in
tonight's daily build. In the long term I intend to implement an
"updatepos" command where you can specify which model a new model
should maintain its position relative to.
UCSF Computer Graphics Lab
On Dec 8, 2008, at 5:58 PM, Matthew Dougherty wrote:
> Let's say I have 5 models and I save a number of positions (savepos).
> Then I later create some morphs between the models.
> When I do a reset of a position, the morph model's position does not
> correspond with the other model positions.
> This is partially due to the method of camera control in chimera of
> moving the models and keeping the camera position pointing in the z
> Is there a way to incorporate the morph model into the saved positions
> that were created prior to the creation of the morph model?
> having similar problem with models I open after the positions are
> thanks, Matt
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