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Offline jiapei100

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« Posted 2010-05-02 02:28:07 »


Hi, all:

I'm using OrbitBehavior to change the Canvas3D view, namely, I'm trying to view the loaded object in 3D by using OrbitBehavior.

However, my question is: is there a simple way to change back to the original view?
Let's say, the view when I first load an object is the original view V(0),
and after several times of OrbitBehavior actions, the current view now changes to V(N).
The views change from V(0) to V(1) to ... V(N)

How can I change the current view V(N) back to V(0)?

Thanks very much.

JIA




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