An oddity that I need to get a handle on:
I messed with your-- Henry's-- Single/Spot_White Luminance. I wanted to get it back.
So I closed all open Drawings, not Saving any.
I opened Henry's "Luminance Test" file, and was prompted for the "Replace, Replace All..." options due to already having a Single/Spot_White Luminance. I selected "Replace".
>In that file, I selected the Cone that had that Luminance.
>I went to Edit Luminance.
>Its "Location" was 0,0,0; its "To" was 0,0,-10-- presumably how Henry left it
>I opened my "2nd Den Desk file"
>I got the same message regarding the Luminance Single Category already had "Spot_White" Luminance. "Replace?...". I clicked Replace.
>I selected my Sphere that has that Spot_White Luminance
>Went to Edit Luminance
>Location= 0,0,-1 ...negative1 ....what the heck? ("To" stayed the same at 0,0,-10)
>Went back to Henry's Drawing
>That Single/Spot_White Luminance Location now is 0,0,-1
Can you explain that Henry?
« Last Edit: November 26, 2014, 11:34:33 AM by Alvin Gregorio »
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