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Change java3d vector and rotation

Posted on 2005-04-24
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Last Modified: 2010-04-01
How do you change a cube vector and rotation. When I change one it resets the other
I like to move the cube to 10,10,20 and apply a .5 rotation. It applies the rotation but set it back to the 0,0,0?
Question by:javacrawfish
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TimYates earned 140 total points
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Are you adding your transformations together before performing them?


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