Peter Schofield schrieb am 17-Apr-20 um 15:24:
This info does not make sense to me. I am not a programmer, nor have I ever been involved in
creating software. I am at the other end — a user.
I need a definition that I can understand and use to create an explanation for a user.
Sorry, I will try it again.
You can think of a scene as a little three-dimensional world. This world
can contain the object types: cube, sphere, extrusion-object,
LibreOffice makes a kind of "photo" from this "world" and inserts it
into the draw page.
The object types cube, sphere, extrusion-object, rotation-object do not
exist outside a scene.
Open the sub-toolbar "3D-Objects" from the drawing toolbar and draw a
cube. Now look at the status-bar. You see the text "3D scene selected".
Now press F3. You should see the text "3D cube selected" in the status-bar.
A scene acts similar to a group. Therefore it has the same short-cuts as
a group. With key F3 you enter the scene. You are now inside the little
three-dimensional world. With Ctrl+F3 you leave the scene.
If you want to experiment with a more complex scene, you can use the
logo of LibreOffice 6. You can get the Draw file containing the original
object from https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/File:LibO6.0-Cubes.odg
Perhaps it is easier, if you play around with such objects, and if get
something unexpected for you, then ask about that situation.
One problem with 3D-objects is surely, that similar shapes do neither
exist in PowerPoint nor as SVG-image.
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