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Are these selections referred to in any document?
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VPOINT-> PE-> on, then the drawing will be in a pespective view. Thanks!
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You can use Vpoint , then PErspective and ON to change to perspective view as Luisa Nova said and you can also adjust the perspective using an old Autocad R14 tool that is included also on ZWCAD that is called DVIEW.
The command DVIEW has several options with which you can adjust the perspective view. For further details search for DVIEW in the HELP menu.
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views, let's say like the "ORBIT" command in autocad?
The VPOINT, as I am used to it in ZWCad 2008, is still very primitive, as it offers a limited interactive and intuitive way to set a viewpoint and a perspective.
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As I know, ORBIT command in AutoCAD is just for orbit the 3D view, with no more other settings, and in ZWCAD pespective view, you can also use RTROT command to orbit the view. Same effect.
May be you are talking about another command, may you clarify it in detail?
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in autocad, the Orbit command allows to set a perspective view.
The same command exists in the menu of zwcad (as it tries to copy autocad very exact). But this "3dorbit" command from the menu isn't there when you try to type it, it is called differently (in zwcad) : RTOT (as you wrote).
The orbit command in autocad allows one to:
- set the perspective view on (or leave it in a parallel projection)
- change the distance between the camera and the target
- pan, etc.
what i miss in zwcad is a unified command that does it similar.
orbit (rtot) does not set the perspective view "ON". you have to go to "dview" and set it there.
But RTOT can do what DVIEW does, by using that sphere view command, where one can set the perspective view in a much easier and intuitive manner than in DVIEW.
in RTOT one cannot set target-camera distance, and other things. He has to go back again to dview.
So when using zwcad to set rapidly perspective views, i have to work a lot, switching between different commands, and i'm feeling like being constrained and poorly sustained by the software.
Are there changes in these matters in zwcad 2011? (this would be for me one of the reasons to upgrade)
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