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hi, i''d like to kno how i could flip the y-axis around in perspective view. so, i''d like going upwards to decrease the y-value, while going downwards to increase the y-value. and i''d rather not have a quick work-around like just make all the y values in glVertex3f() negative, because i like my code REAAL clean thanx in advance for the help SiN

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i think somehwere u have code that looks something like this



glcamera(cam.x,cam.y,cam.z,cat.x,cat.y,cat.z, 0,1,0);


make it like this


glcamera(cam.x,cam.y,cam.z,cat.x,cat.y,cat.z, 0,-1,0);


edit : actualy, whats wrong with tossin a negative in front of every y coord, i think rotating the camera may reverse some other things too.

[edited by - honayboyz on August 15, 2003 1:33:11 AM]

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thanx, but i dont use glCamera (i have a feeling u mean gluLookAt) ... i just use glTransform and glRotate , and render everything relative to the cameras position

any other sugestions? thanx

SiN

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Would a

glScalef(0.0, -1.0, 0.0);

work? I''m sure I have seen this used when using a stencil buffer to do reflections. The idea being that an axis is inverted and the model/object can be drawn again, but will appear flipped?

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