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Manual Reference Pages  -  DRAW (n)

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NAME

draw - Adds objects> to the display list so that they will appear on the MGED display. The e command is a synonym for draw.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

draw [-A attribute name/value pairs] [-s] [-A -oattribute name/value pairs] [-C#/#/#] [-m1] {objects}

DESCRIPTION

Adds objects> to the display list so that they will appear on the MGED display. The e command is a synonym for draw.

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o The -C option provides the user a way to specify a color that overrides all other color specifications including combination colors and region-id-based colors.

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o The -s option specifies that subtracted and intersected objects should be drawn with shape lines rather than dot-dash lines.

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o The -A option specifies that the arguments provided to this command are attribute name/value pairs, and only objects having the specified attributes and values are to be displayed. The default (without -o) is that only objects having all the specified attribute name/value pairs will be displayed.

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o The -m1 option will display BOTs shaded if the display manager is OpenGL and the zbuffer and lighting is enabled. To enable these settings, from the MGED GUI, choose "Modes/Display Manager/OpenGL", "Misc/Z-buffer" and "Misc/Lighting". If the zbuffer and lighting is already enabled, toggle them off then back on to ensure they are enabled.

EXAMPLES

The following examples show the use of the draw command to draw particular objects, to specify color, to draw with shape lines rather than dot-dash lines, and to limit the objects to be drawn to those having specific attribute names and value pairs.

Example 1. Draw specific objects in the MGED display.

mged> draw object1 object2

Object1 and object2 are drawn in the MGED display.

Example 2. Specify the color used to draw the object.

mged>draw -C 255/255/255 object2

Object2 is drawn in white.

Example 3. Limit the objects to be drawn to those having specific attribute names and value pairs.

mged>draw -A -o Comment {First comment} Comment {Second comment}

Objects having a Comment attribute with a value of either "First comment" or "Second comment" are drawn.

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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