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#Actualafraidofdark

Posted 23 June 2013 - 01:24 AM

I search through web for changing up axis of max. Many people say, there isn't such option sad.png

here is my solution which matches all axis with opengl

-- rotate selected object
obj = $
rotate $ (angleaxis -90 [1,0,0])
a = $.pos.z
$.pos.z = -$.pos.y;
$.pos.y = a;

#1afraidofdark

Posted 23 June 2013 - 01:24 AM

I search through web for changing up axis of max. Many people say, there is such option :(

here is my solution which matches all axis with opengl

-- rotate selected object
obj = $
rotate $ (angleaxis -90 [1,0,0])
a = $.pos.z
$.pos.z = -$.pos.y;
$.pos.y = a;

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