[pstricks] pst-IIID coordinate axes problem

Herbert Voss LaTeX at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Sun Nov 26 12:39:35 CET 2006

caapv 208 schrieb:
> I cut down the pst-IIID sample and compiled
> \psset{fillcolor={[RGB]{127,255,0}}}
> \begin{pspicture}(-5,-5)(5,5)
>   \psset{eye=0 0 20 1,rotateAxis={1,-1,2}, rotateAngle=45}
>   \psIIIDPlain(0,0,0)(4,0,0)(0,4,0)
>   \psIIIDCoor[arrowscale=2,arrows=->,linecolor=blue]
> \end{pspicture}
> and then got 2 specials generated by \pst at verb.
> So I pasted them into a file and tried to process it with
> ghostscript.  However, the coordinate axes turned out
> to point wrong directions:

[ ... ]

> So what am I doing wrong?  Specials generated by
> \pst at verb are not supposed to affect the rendering of
> other part of document, right?
> As I commented in the above example, if I put the square
> drawing code between gsave3d/grestore3d pair,
> everything works OK.

I started pstIIID as a new project and it is only in alpha state
without any warranty that anything works in the expected way.
Before february 2007 I will have no time to work on these

you could have a look at the code and try to find the problem.


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