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rotobj[edit]

Syntax[edit]

rotobj [-i] x y z


Argument(s)[edit]

[-i]
Optional. Treat supplied values as increments, not absolutes.
x
X axis rotation, in degrees.
y
Y axis rotation, in degrees.
z
Z axis rotation, in degrees.


Return Value(s)[edit]

No Return Values for this command.


Description[edit]

The "rotobj" command rotates the currently edited object by z angle degrees about the z direction, y angle about the y direction, and x angle degrees about the x direction in that order. If an -i option is included, then the rotations are treated as increments to the previous rotations. MGED must be in the matrix edit mode for this command to be useful. The p command provides a similar capability for primitive editing.


Example(s)[edit]

mged> rotobj 0 0 25
Rotate the currently edited object by 25 degrees about the z direction from the original orientation


See Also[edit]

arot
rot
orot

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