I am using win32gdk v3.10/02 on win2k. I have a TTree with xyz points that I want to display. I use, for example
The opengl window is comes up and I can rotate the data rapidly and get a good idea of whats going on. I have two questions:
- Is it possible to have the opengl window replace the TRootEmbeddedCanvas in my application rather than opening up a second window?
2.Is it possibly to programatically apply clipping to the displayed data? I would like to add sliders to my application that control the
displayed x- y- and z- extent of the data. The alternative, which is quite slow, is to redraw the TTree with cuts. There appears to be at
least 1 clipping plane in the x3d viewer - typeing “j” and “k” into the viewer appears to move the data through a clipping plane. Behavior
seems different in perspective vs. orthographic projections…