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 The draft viewer is monochromatic (mostly) It quickly renders the current model into 3D The draft viewer is monochromatic (mostly) It quickly renders the current model into 3D
  
-However, for it to work; you need a special class called "​View"​ and in that class, you need to create at least two pseudo objects -- one called "​Location"​ and the other "​Lookat" ​+**Pre-requisites**\\ 
 +However, for 3D view to work; you need a special class called "​View"​ and in that class, you need to create at least two pseudo objects -- one called "​Location"​ and the other "​Lookat" ​
  
 The height and level of these two objects would determine the initial camera location. The height and level of these two objects would determine the initial camera location.
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 Enjoy!! Enjoy!!
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 +**Details of what TAD does internally**\\
 +When a 3D view is invoked, TAD quickly runs all the internal ARDELA scripts that may change the geometry of the objects. Then it will do all the pinning; and finally it gives it to the 3D viewer pipeline. That is why in complex projects; it may take a few microseconds more than in simpler projects
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 +[[viewing_objects_in_3d|See the actions to be carried out for 3D]]

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