Maya style box widget for ts6.6 modelside

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:superbanana: :superbanana: :superbanana:
Thank you Stan.

This plugin is a new brick at the art of user interface !

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Thanks stan, i will include your plugin in my next version of the modelside. :bananathumb:

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ANT Maya style box widget for ts6.6 modelside

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This is for Ant
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I like this one very much.
Great to have the letters in black with the minus sign. Colors are nice too.

The only weird thing is that Z face is blue instead of red, X is red instead of green and Y is green instead of blue :)

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yes it's setup different for The_Ant as he requested for his cad programs. From DD's thread:viewtopic.php?f=12&t=654&start=10
If you like the black I can alter the standard colour one. I was thinking one with x y z some folks would like better that front back etc.I'm wondering if it's possible to switch from one style(xyz vs front, back) to another without too much hassle.I want to see it can be done through my popup menu.

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Thaaaaanks sooo much Stan!!! No words for the best present ever received from this beautiful forum !!!! :bananadrum: :worship: :worship: :worship:

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Your welcome Mr Ant.. I'm glad you like it..check it for mistakes in the help. I think I got everything else right.


I'm going to put together a combo widget with cad, xyz and standard (top,front,etc) . I will try to get my extra perspective view corner working too. :bananatyping:

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Emmanuel wrote:
19 Jan 2018, 09:38
I like this one very much.
Great to have the letters in black with the minus sign. Colors are nice too.

The only weird thing is that Z face is blue instead of red, X is red instead of green and Y is green instead of blue :)
What's truely weird is that trueSpace has a unique color scheme. All other 3D programs use RGB to represent XYZ. I always wondered why they were different.
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Not all, my cad program Alibre design is the colours of truespace but in iso it starts with the z (red)is rotated to ts x position, y is up (blue). Colour setup matches Ant's but not axis positions.

It is possible to switch cubes. Widget now can change from front, top, etc, to xyz with standard colours or to Ant's cad axis and colours in a click on the menu then a right click on widget..Coming soon.
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Ah, maybe that's it. Maybe they took inspiration from cad programs or the software engineers came from a cad background.
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