This structure is deprecated. Please use A3DPDF3DArtworkData2 instead.
If true, the information on semantic PMI is added as nodes attributes on the model tree.
If true, if there’s a default view in the PRC modelfile: the default view in the resulting PDF will be that one, no matter if other default views are defined at PDF level. In other situations (no default view in the PRC modelfile; or the boolean is false): a default view is defined at the PDF level. A default view at the PDF level means a view programmatically created using A3DPDFViewCreate
, or a default view automatically created by HOOPS Publish if no default view is already defined.
This boolean is not used if the 3D stream is created withA3DPDF3DStreamCreateFromFile.
This boolean controls which display settings (rendering style, background color and lighting) are applied to the 3D annotation when a view is activated.
If the boolean is true, all the views have initially the default display settings, then if the end-user manually changes the settings, this change affects all the views except the ‘home’ view (the view associated to the ‘home’ icon in Adobe Reader) for which it resets to the default display settings. The default display settings are the ones assigned to the default view: A3DPDF3DAnnotData values if the default view is a native or the automatic view, and A3DPDFViewData if the default view is a Publish view.
If the boolean is false, activating a view resets the display settings as predefined programmatically on the view, whatever the user might manually change. The settings have A3DPDF3DAnnotData values and are all the same for native views or the automatic view; and they have A3DPDFViewData values for Publish views, which can be potentially different for each view.
If this value is true, the color of the markup in the artwork will be set to m_adRGB. If this value is false, the markup keeps the color it has in the CAD file, or the default color if it does not have a defined color.