2010/1/26 Krzysztof Kosiński <tweenk.pl@...400...>:
2010/1/26 Anton Moiseev <benderamp@...400...>:
> I know there is experimental perspective_path live effect which also
> works with perspective, but when I tried it, it appeared that it works
> in some different way - it does not use bounding rectangle to setup
> perspective, but relies on object resize/movements instead, so this is
> not what I need exactly.
It relies on the current perspective. This is a better choice, because
you can for example reuse perspectives from bounding boxes, but
perspective management is very poor at the moment.
Would this effect cover the usecase I have described (4 points ->
modified object) from the user point of view, or can you give some
input on how to reuse its code to create my effect? For now I would
prefer to finish with the effect in the way I have already done it,
even if perspective_path is going to be more powerful at some moment
in the future - I already have the user interface which is rather
simple and already works right now, the math formula also generally
works (though I would not mind to change it to something more relevant
if it would look more elegant or effective or would allow to solve the
task in more lib2geom-way - the only requirement is "4 initial points"
initial condition) - the only problem is to construct the final
contour without the problems I have described.