0 Hi-Res Ring 28 x 0.25 0 Name: 48\1-4ring28.dat 0 Author: Gerald Lasser [GeraldLasser] 0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_48_Primitive 0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt 0 BFC CERTIFY CCW
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Submitted by: GeraldLasser
I decided to go for this prim because when using the 4-4 I would have needed to create a new prim with and old naming convention (the 4-4 exists only in hi-res with old naming)
Is it going to be used somewhere?
I thought that for the primitive substitution to work you need the corresponding prim also in Hi-Res. (But when checking now, it seems to work in LDView without having them...)
I needed a 28-Ring in the Rice Bowl (s\34172s01.dat)
That is available:
r=28 : 1-4rin28
r=28 : 1-8rin28, 5-24ring28, 4-4rin28
As there was no 1-4 in Hi-Res I created this one, but now I see that the lo-res has also an old Filename, so the new hi-res would not be used, right?
Yes, I don't think they're needed. The substitution in Ldview is done by some sort of computational magic.
There's a slider to play with under Edit/Preferences/Primitives/Primitive Substitution/Curve quality
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