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Topic: Zoom 3D plot in axes without filling the GUI?
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pyther1854@gmail.com

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Zoom 3D plot in axes without filling the GUI?
Posted: Mar 16, 2009 3:47 AM
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Dear all,

We made an GUI using guide for a measurement program. Inside this GUI
there's an axes where we first plot a 3D stl cad-model, then the
measured data is plotted around this cad model. For visualisation
purposes, it would be great to be able to zoom in (and out). The
problem is that when we do so, the cad model will fill the whole
figure; it's plotted outside the initial size of the axes.
In the help I read that the 3D zoom 'changes the view (specifically,
the axes CameraViewAngle property)'. How could I limit the plot to the
initial axes size? Can I get such information out of the zoom action
that I can write some lines that 'crops' the x-, y- and z-axis? Or is
there some better/other way to do it?

Many thanks, kr, Pieter



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