Desiderius opened this issue on Mar 01, 2009 · 44 posts
Attached Link: DGS and examples if you scroll down ... ;=]
> Quote - FYI > > Dr. Geep's Scale (DGS) is handy for making mental arithmetic easier, but it won't help you do precise work in Poser. My dear bagginsbil, Um, 'scuze me Bill but I must respectfully disagree. Using DGS, one can position objects with EXACT precision right down to whatever decimal place you wish to choose. You can change the "Sensitivity:" of any parameter dial and position objects with exact precision. Example: Load a square (or box) ... then load another square (or box) and change xTran to 0.100 to place the second square (or box) exactly on top of the first square (or box). These values are precise and can be verified by exporting the 2 objects to another modeling program or use a text editor to view the coordinates of the vertices of both objects and see that the top of the first object is in exactly the same location as the bottom of the second object. Try it, you'll like it. :smile: This precision is illustrated in the above image which used DGS to build the house that is shown. cheers, dr geep ;=]
Remember ... "With Poser, all things are possible, and poseable!"
dr geep ... :o]