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Re: rotate question
Reply #15 - Jun 8th, 2010, 5:30pm
sorry koogy and cedric I did't given all information before asking question sorry for that. and In processing to draw a circle the command is ellipse. am not trying to achieve some thing, i just want to know weather  it is possible to rotate or not for ellipse for my code. I know how to rotate for two ellipse using push n pop matrix. as you said that i don't know what am doing.am trying to show data in any visual way like rotating ( it is a bad idea), increasing or decreasing size of the ellipse if data(no.of emails) is more or less.

Thanks a Lot  Smiley
Re: rotate question
Reply #16 - Jun 8th, 2010, 10:18pm
Hmm kumar, i am following all of your 3 posts.
ive got an idea. why dont you pack your sketch as archive  (tools - archive sketch) and upload it somewhere so we can take a look. I am sure we can help you, solving all the questions although i am still not sure if i understood you correctly but if you illustrate the effekts you want to achieve i am sure we can help you. Maybe its useful to keep all questions related to your sketch in one post and we solve one problem after another.
Re: rotate question
Reply #17 - Jun 9th, 2010, 9:04am
Hi Cedric,

                I have created seperate post. Can you please go through the following link.


Re: rotate question
Reply #18 - Jun 9th, 2010, 9:10am
koogy wrote on Jun 8th, 2010, 11:33am:
i'm not trying to single kumar out but he's been pretty textbook in how not to ask a question on these forums - vague, missing necessary data.

opening multiple threads for the same problem... (that's 4 now)
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