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Accessory Properties

Property

Description

Model

The Model property determines the type of accessory. To change the accessory model, click the picture that shows the current accessory.

Material options

The appearance of the accessory can be modified by clicking the small button that appears to the right of the accessory image.

Width

The Width property determines the size of the accessory from left to right. To adjust the accessory width, move the Width slider or type a value in the text field.

Depth

The Depth property determines the length of the accessory from front to back. To adjust the accessory length, move the Depth slider or type a value in the text field.

Height

The Height property determines how tall the accessory is. To adjust the accessory height, move the Height slider or type a value in the text field.

Rotate about X

The Rotate about X property determines the angle of the accessory from top to bottom. To rotate the accessory, move the Rotate about X slider or type a value in the text field.

Rotate about Y

The Rotate about Y property determines the rotation angle of the accessory about its base. To rotate the accessory, move the Rotate about Y slider or type a value in the text field.

Rotate about Z

The Rotate about Z property determines the angle of the accessory from left to right. To rotate the accessory, move the Rotate about Z slider or type a value in the text field.

Scale evenly

The Scale evenly property determines if the accessory is stretched or not when you adjust the width, depth, or height. If you wish to simply enlarge the accessory, then keep the Scale evenly option checked. If you wish to stretch the accessory in any direction, then uncheck the Scale evenly option.

Cast shadow

The Cast shadow property determines whether or not the accessory will project a simulated shadow on your landscape. To toggle the appearance of the shadow, click the Cast shadow checkbox.

Perspective

The Perspective property is used to adjust the simulated vanishing point. Use this to match the perspective of your background picture.

Offset X

The Offset X property is used to adjust the simulated vanishing point left or right, which makes the accessory appear as it would when viewed from the left or right side.

Offset Y

The Offset Y property is used to adjust the simulated vanishing point up or down, which makes the accessory appear as it would when viewed from above or below.

See also:

Adding an Accessory
Editing Materials
Setting Object Properties
Selecting Objects
Editing Objects