On 9/8/2016 5:15 PM, Alain wrote:
> Le 16-09-08 à 00:58, Mike Horvath a écrit :
>> On 9/8/2016 12:46 AM, Mike Horvath wrote:
>>> On this page it says:
>>> "It is a good idea to define both things, the light source and the
>>> looks_like object, at the origin, and then translate them to their right
>>> However, this is *not* a good idea for parallel light sources. Doing so
>>> causes the light to emit from the light source's original position (the
>>> origin) instead of the later position.
>> This section only shows an example of how *not* to properly set up the
>> looks_like section. It should explain how to do it *correctly* too. But
>> I don't know what is correct.
> The looks_like object is always centered at the light's location.
> So, you should create your light_source at any location while
> constructing the looks_like object around the origin.
Can I update the wiki page with the additional information? I already
have a wiki account, and am logged in, but the article is locked.
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