What is gumball in rhino?
Gumball. The Gumball command displays the gumball widget on a selected object facilitating move, scale, and rotate transformations around the gumball origin.
How do you flip UV in rhino?
To change the direction of either u, or v: get the domain of one of these (uvStart, uvEnd = surface. Domain(0 or 1)), then create a new domain but with reversed negative values of previous one (-uvEnd, -uvStart). Then reverse the domain in that direction (surface. Reverse(0 or 1)).
How do I change the direction of my UV in rhino?
In Rhino 4, surface and polysurface objects can be set to show their U and V directions by applying a new or modified display mode to a viewport or to individual objects using SetObjectDisplayMode. To make a new wireframe display that shows U and V directions, open Options > Appearance > Advanced Settings.
How do you show normals in rhino?
Using the dir and flip commands
In Rhino, one can check the directions of the normal by using the dir command. This will show white arrows indicating the normals of each surface.
How do you open gumball in rhino?
Press and hold Ctrl and click any gumball arrow, arc, or scale control. In the edit box, type a distance, rotation angle or scale factor that will be applied to the gumball control. Press Ctrl and click the gumball widget (ignore the text field). Release Ctrl and start dragging to relocate the gumball widget.