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For example I have a set of points on the sphere where i put just e few of them into this example file like. However, I would like to demonstrate how the asymptotd set of points looks on all the sphere say in a talk interactively, therefore i am generating the PDF with included RPC by calling asy -f pdf myfile.
However during drags it looks like.
What do I have to do with my example such that the second operation i. Are there some prc settings for that?
Asymptote (vector graphics language)
I couldn’t find any in the manual. Charles Staats remarks were a first great step.
Ronny 3, 1 19 Have you tried the -V option for interactive 3d viewing? And qsymptote, it should behave just like the interactive mode: First, make sure you are using an up-to-date version of Adobe Reader.
In addition to that, try putting the line defaultrender. You might also try adding defaultrender.
Asymptote (vector graphics language) – Wikipedia
Nevertheless there’s a little error left, see my updated question. However, in your case, you can get rid of these issues in prc mode by setting defaultrender.
You can also improve the static image by compiling with -render 0 rather than -render 3although this means that objects drawn later will show up on top even when they should not.
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