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Manual Reference Pages  -  ADC (n)

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NAME

adc - This command controls the angle/distance cursor.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

adc [-i] subcommand

DESCRIPTION

This command controls the angle/distance cursor. The adc command with no arguments toggles the display of the angle/distance cursor (ADC). The -i option, if specified, causes the given value(s) to be treated as increments. Note that the -i option is ignored when getting values or when used with subcommands where this option makes no sense. You can also control the position, angles, and radius of the ADC using a knob or the knob command. This command accepts the following subcommands:

vars

Returns a list of all ADC variables and their values (i.e., var = val).

draw [0|1]

Set or get the draw parameter.

a1 [angle]

Set or get angle1 in degrees.

a2 [angle]

Set or get angle2 in degrees.

dist [distance]

Set or get radius (distance) of tick in local units.

odist [distance]

Set or get radius (distance) of tick (+-2047).

hv [position]

Set or get position (grid coordinates and local units).

xyz [position]

Set or get position (model coordinates and local units).

x [xpos]

Set or get horizontal position (+-2047).

y [ypos]

Set or get vertical position (+-2047).

dh distance

Add to horizontal position (grid coordinates and local units).

dv distance

Add to vertical position (grid coordinates and local units).

dx distance

Add to x position (model coordinates and local units).

dy distance

Add to y position (model coordinates and local units).

dz distance

Add to z position (model coordinates and local units).

anchor_pos [0|1]

Anchor ADC to current position in model coordinates.

anchor_a1 [0|1]

Anchor angle1 to go through anchorpoint_a1.

anchor_a2 [0|1]

Anchor angle2 to go through anchorpoint_a2.

anchor_dst [0|1]

Anchor tick distance to go through anchorpoint_dst.

anchorpoint_a1[x y z]

Set or get anchor point for angle1 (model coordinates and local units).

anchorpoint_a2 [x y z]

Set or get anchor point for angle2 (model coordinates and local units).

anchorpoint_dst [x y z]

Set or get anchor point for tick distance (model coordinates and local units).

reset

Reset all values to their defaults.

help

Print the help message.

EXAMPLES

The examples show the use of the adc command with no arguments, with i, and with subcommands.

Example 1.

mged> adc

Toggle display of angle/distance cursor.

Example 2.

mged> adc a1 37.5

Sets angle1 to 37.5 degrees.

Example 3.

mged> adc a1 37.5

Gets angle1.

Example 4.

mged> adc xyz 100 0 0

Moves ADC position to (100,0,0), model coordinates and local units.

AUTHOR

BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS

Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to <devs@brlcad.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.

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BRL-CAD ADC (nged) 04/04/2016

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