Posted by Mike Wheeler on March 09, 2001 at 16:51:48:
In Reply to: Re: 3DMF response from Abvent posted by Mike Wheeler on March 09, 2001 at 16:43:43:
To confirm what I said, here is a bit about ScaleAttribute from Apple:
This element, of type double, determines the relation between one unit in the model and one meter. For example, if one unit
in your model is equivalent to 10 meters, the scale should be set to 10.
This element, and all the elements whose descriptions follow, should be attached only to groups or geometry objects. Also,
for each of these elements, traversal to find the element should be top down; this means that if it's attached to a group,
there's no need to traverse the objects within the group.
If you add objects that have a scale element to a group, make sure that the objects are transformed (placed in a group with a
transform and then added to the main group) so that the scale for the group is uniform.
ScaleAttribute ( 1.0 )
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