[Paraview] pqMultiSliceView bug?

Sebastien Jourdain sebastien.jourdain at kitware.com
Thu Jan 10 19:04:29 EST 2013

The origin is "always" 0 as we rely on the slice offset. So in order to
figure out easily where each slice is, it is better to have an origin at 0,
so the offset become the location on any slice.

Does that make sense ?


On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 1:02 PM, Michael Reuter <reuterma at ornl.gov> wrote:

> Hi,
>     I'm using the new pqMultiSliceView in our C++ application. Everything
> seems to work fine except when I use the information from GetSliceOrigin().
> It always returns (0,0,0) even when the sliceOffsetOnAxis in the
> sliceClicked() signal shows the correct slice location on the particular
> axis. I can create an origin vector using the normal vector from
> GetSliceNormal() (which is correct), but I think GetSliceOrigin() should
> return the right thing.
> Thanks,
> M
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