[OpenSCAD] ClikScad - create OpenSCAD models without all the typing
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Fri Oct 25 04:45:53 EDT 2019
Not sure how a graphical representation is any simpler than text. It is
exactly the same logical construction expressed in a different format. Do
people really struggle much with syntax? The hard part is how to decompose
and object into CSG operations and the trigonometry.
Using text is a major benefit of OpenSCAD because it can be pasted into
emails and checked into source control. It is also fairly concise. I
imagine the graphical representation of my typical designs would be an
On Fri, 25 Oct 2019 at 09:27, Robin2 <robin at nbleopard.com> wrote:
> JordanBrown wrote
> > Were you trying it as a model designer, or as a model consumer wanting
> > to customize somebody else's design?
> > It isn't intended to make things easier for the model designer. If
> > anything, it makes things more complex.
> > It's intended for a consumer who wants a box that somebody else
> > designed, but wants it in *these* dimensions, with *these* options.
> I was looking at it as a designer because IIRC someone referred me to it as
> an alternative to my proposed GUI.
> From what you say I can see how it can allow a designer to turn his
> creations into a "consumer item" - and I have no quibble with that.
> My interest is in creating a simpler interface for newbie designers.
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