> It may be a good idea to remove a manual bounding box eg. if it has been
> applied to a sphere primitive, because in that case the bounding box will
> only make rendering the sphere slower. However, in the case of a sphere
> sweep this is clearly not a case, hence a special case is warranted.
Sounds like opening up too many special cases, and the question which
objects should be treated that way and which shouldn't.
Why not simply output a warning whenever user-specified bounding boxes
are removed, regardless of object type?
If a user decides that he needs the bounding box, he can then just
change the .ini file or command line parameters accordingly and live
happily ever after.
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