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Francesco Pietra chiendarret at gmail.com
Sun Mar 23 04:24:34 PDT 2014


About stereo drawings with chimera (GNU Linux), I received from the
editorial staff:

All stereoview illustrations have been drawn in the cross-eye mode, i.e. the
> picture for the right eye is on the left and vice versa.
> Has this been chosen deliberately? In our opinion, the parallel-eye mode
> seems to be used more often.
> Please let us know whether we should switch the figures (you would not need
> to send new ones) or not.

They did the job of transformation to parallel-eye. Next time, I would like
to be able to do that myself, while I don't see the parallel-eye mode in
chimera. Which is the equivalent?

francesco pietra
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