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Old   February 6, 2006, 08:21
Default easy settings of camara position
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Ralf Schmidt
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Hi!

Is there a possibility, to set the camara on excactly the same position for different geometries (postprocessing)??

Like a standard view.... could it be done with a journal file?? But isn't it to complicated?

Now, I write down the settings in the camara panel and apply the same for other geometries... for to much work

Any better Idea?

Ralf
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Old   February 6, 2006, 10:03
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Jason
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In the views menu you have the option to save the views in your current model. You also have the option to write your views to a file which can then be read into other models.

Orientate the view the way you want it, then go to Display->Views. Give it a name in the "Save Name" block and then click "Save". This will save this view in your current model and you'll always be able to go back to this view by going back to Display->Views and double clicking the name of the view in the "Views" block. Then you can select "Write" and select which views you want to write and give it a file name. Then in another model you can click "Read" and you can read in the views that you saved.

Hope this helps, and good luck, Jason
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