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    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    Hi
    what do you mean exactly? storage file format?
    Michael Krabbe Borregaard
    @mkborregaard
    I am rather more blank than that :-) Can you define the models in GLVisualize or do you need external 3d-modelling software? If yes to the latter, then yes, what storage file format? Thanks!
    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    I see ;)
    well you can build the models programmatically ;)
    but not really interactively yet
    what do you want to do?
    Michael Krabbe Borregaard
    @mkborregaard
    I was philosophisizing over the magnet skyrmion images from this question https://discourse.julialang.org/t/visualizing-a-3d-vectorfield/3852 and thought replicating them would be an easy way to learn a bit more glvisualize (defining an arrow (particle) as a cylinder and cone, then generating the image by mapping a 3d-rotation, position and colormap). It has no practical application for me so it is low(no)-priority - I was just trying to get to grips with the programming logic of the package :-)
    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    ah okay!
    yeah, I'm actually working on an example right now!
    Michael Krabbe Borregaard
    @mkborregaard
    Perfect, I'll just kick back and enjoy the show :-) Best-case scenario!
    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    problem: i'm on my laptop with bad internet without 0.5, so it's taking quite a while to get started :D
    Michael Krabbe Borregaard
    @mkborregaard
    such a first-world problem :-)
    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    ^^
    StreetLevel
    @StreetLevel
    Hi Simon
    is there a way to plot coordinate axes from glvisualize?
    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    Hi
    lol, longest outstanding issue ever....
    especially if you count how simple it is in principle... Well I think I've lately solved some design issues, and I want to make a little high level plotting demo for JuliaCon with my new API... so I guess i should have something till then
    StreetLevel
    @StreetLevel
    ok sounds cool.
    i've got another question: i want to draw some text. is there a way to rotate an entire string instead of applying the rotation on every glyph separately ?
    and is there an way to draw various string each with a unique rotation and position with just one visualize call?
    StreetLevel
    @StreetLevel
    and for me the positions keyword doesn't work for visualizing text, for example: _view( visualize("test", positions = Point3f0(100.,100.,0.) ), window, camera=camera) shows the text at (0.,0.)
    _view( visualize(s, model = translationmatrix(Vec3f0(100.,100.,0.)) ), window, camera=camera) this way the text is at the right place
    Simon
    @SimonDanisch
    oh sorry! could you go to github issues or the julia slack? I must admit I'm hardly reading the gitter.. maybe I should take it away from the readme
    Sheehan Olver
    @dlfivefifty
    What's the "best" way of doing visualizations of heat maps on a sphere with OpenGL? GLVisualize.jl or Makie.jl?
    Like the plots here (made with PlotlyJS): https://arxiv.org/pdf/1801.04902.pdf
    a.v.mantzaris
    @mantzaris
    hello, haven't used it yet, but it is high on my todo list