Summary: Plugins to demonstrate the Gumball transformation control.
This plug-in is included in the Rhino 5.0 WIP. Use the following to activate Gumball editing:
There are three Rhino 4 plugins, “GumballGripOn”, “GumballEdge”, and “GumballTransform”, that demontstrate possible uses of the gumball transformation control.
2. Use the gumball to move the object.
3. Press the Escape key or run "PointsOff" to turn off the gumball grip. * If you want to use one gumball to move more than one object, then use the GumballTransform command. * **GumballTransform** * This command is similar other Rhino Transform commands, like Move or Rotate. It uses a gumball interface to perform the transformation. * Example 1 - Make three spheres, select all of them and run "GumTransform". 2. Use the gumball to move the spheres. 3. Press Enter to turn off the gumball. * Example 2 - Make a curve, turn on its control points, select several control points, and run "GumTransform". 2. Use the gumball to move the control points. 3. Press Enter to turn off the gumball.
of the box.
2. Use the gumball to move the edge. 3. Press Enter to turn off the gumball.
The gumball has three types of transformation controls. To move the gumball, click, drag and release the controls. If you need to reposition the gumball without moving the objects it transforms, tap the CONTROL key while dragging a transformation control.
1. Translation controls:
2. Rotation controls:
3. Scaling controls:
If you have questions, please contact Scott Davidson .