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{{Version|0.99.5a}}<includeonly>{{NavbarSP|Scale (model) (interface)/0.99.5a|plain=1|align=right}}</includeonly>{{Command|scale {{TextWarning|[xyz] [factor]}}}}[[File:Interface_0.99.5a_model_edit-scale.png|right]]
 
{{Version|0.99.5a}}<includeonly>{{NavbarSP|Scale (model) (interface)/0.99.5a|plain=1|align=right}}</includeonly>{{Command|scale {{TextWarning|[xyz] [factor]}}}}[[File:Interface_0.99.5a_model_edit-scale.png|right]]
'''Scale''' is a retractable text area from [[Model editor]]'s [[Edit panel (model) (interface)|edit]] menu.
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'''Scale''' is a retractable text area from [[Model editor]]'s [[Edit panel (model) (interface)|edit]] menu. Not to be confused with [[Scale (render) (interface)|scale (render)]].
   
 
Changes the size of the model along one or more chosen axes, according to a specified factor:
 
Changes the size of the model along one or more chosen axes, according to a specified factor:

Revision as of 12:59, May 1, 2020

Interface 0.99.5a model edit-scale

Scale is a retractable text area from Model editor's edit menu. Not to be confused with scale (render).

Changes the size of the model along one or more chosen axes, according to a specified factor:

  • either the whole model if nothing is selected
  • or the selected voxels

If no axis is specified, transformation applies to all of them. Factor must be a positive rational number. The center of the transformation is located at the geometric center[1] of the voxels concerned by the transformation.

If the scale factor enlarges the model bigger than the current object size, the limits are modified accordingly, within a 256 voxels cap for each axis.

In Euclidian geometry, this transformation is called anisotropic scaling[2]. Cool, eh?

Interface 0.99.5a model edit-scale example



  1. Centroid on Wikipedia
  2. Scaling on Wikipedia
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