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Offline spytox4

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« Posted 2005-11-02 22:18:22 »


Is it possible in Jva3D to regroup visual objects?
I mean two leaves (i.e.geometric form of the same
branchgroup or different branchgroups?) are selected
by the mouse and then become the same object.
For instance , like the group feature in drawing Powerpoint.

Any idea ?

Thanks

spytox
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