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22 May 2024 01:19:27 EDT (-0400)
  Re: A quick povr branch micro normal image.  
From: jr
Date: 23 Jan 2022 10:35:00
Message: <web.61ed74d6c1365d06ea8869266cde94f1@news.povray.org>

William F Pokorny <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
> ... Attaching an image that fell out while testing.

no idea what I'm looking for, or at, but it is "pleasant to behold".  :-)

> (a) - There is a bug in how the 'x' directions are handled in the 'bevy
> 9' shipped with the povr branch tarball back in October.

running into a different problem with 'povr_6e4ed6c2', the sky_sphere code was
originally copied from the docs, and the image renders fine with 'beta.2':

File 'o22.pov' line 207:
Possible Parse Error:
Unmatched {
File 'o22.pov' line 217:
Parse Error:
No matching }, emission found instead
Fatal error in parser: Cannot parse input.
Render failed

207 sky_sphere {
208   pigment {
209     gradient y
210     color_map {
211       [.5 color rgb <.74902,.847059,.847059>]
212       [1  color rgb <.258824,.258824,.435294>]
213     }
214     scale 2.5
215     translate -1
216   }
217   emission rgb <.825,.825,1>
218 }

also, I'm currently playing with some code where I frequently use the rtr
feature to get a quick "all-round" look at an object, and it works beautifully.
so good in fact that I'd love to be able to put that preview in a frame in a
frontend, any news on the '-win $id' thing?  :-)

regards, jr.

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