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Default Coils and Arrows - 25.03.2007, 15:29

I hope, somebody finds these scripts useful.

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Daumen hoch Yes these will be useful thanks - 25.03.2007, 16:24

Thanks for the scripts. are they tool scripts or spline or polygon ect?


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Default Scripts are zipped within correct folders - 25.03.2007, 16:53

Hello uncle808us,
there are two polygon and three spline scripts.
The zip file has two folders, "Polygonobj" with the polygon scripts and "Splineobj" with the spline scripts.
I use the coil spline scripts with a small circle in C3D-sweep and the 2D-arrow with C3D-polyplane.
   
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Default Thank again. - 25.03.2007, 18:33

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Hello uncle808us,
there are two polygon and three spline scripts.
The zip file has two folders, "Polygonobj" with the polygon scripts and "Splineobj" with the spline scripts.
I use the coil spline scripts with a small circle in C3D-sweep and the 2D-arrow with C3D-polyplane.

I'll be using these thanks.


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Default 26.03.2007, 00:33

Thanks, I'll find these very useful.

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Default arrows with uv-settings - 24.07.2012, 10:00

Hi all,
up to now I only needed singly colored arrows. However recently I wanted some fancier coloring and found out that when I was writing these scripts I did not know about uv-coordinates.
I thus reworked the scripts such that the arrows have a reasonable uv-setting. I also tried to improve the quality of the code: it should be easy to read as well as easy to revise.

Hope somebody finds this useful.

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Default 24.07.2012, 10:43

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Hope somebody finds this useful.

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For sure. Thanks a lot.

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Default Arc arrow and Cheetah3D 6.2 - 01.03.2013, 09:48

Hi,

first of all thank you for this very useful scripts. I have been using them for a while and I recently encountered a problem when using arc arrows with Cheetah3D 6.2.

I am attaching an image where I have used several "normal" arrows and one arc arrow that is supposed to have head on one side only (the right side as shown in the image). However, I get this strange behavior. This only happens when reducing the angle below 180 degrees.

Is anyone else getting this behavior?

Thank you very much,

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Is anyone else getting this behavior?
Yes - but from what I can tell it never really worked.
So maybe Herb can have a look into it.

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Default Fix for Arc_Arrow.js - 13.09.2013, 16:33

Thank you for these great scripts. I was pulling hair out trying to find a way to create arrows in a manageable way. Downloaded the scripts and got them to work. However Arc_Arrow contains a but which causes one of the tips to go to the wrong place when the angle isn't set to 180 degrees.

Here is the fix:
edit Arc_Arrow.js and replace line 62 with:

var EndTip = new Vec3D(ArcRadius*Math.cos(Angle), 0, -ArcRadius*Math.sin(Angle));

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