easy rendering for Rhino in Windows
I'd like to understand how nXt works for the position of background images.
As you can see on the picture, I calculated the position of my background to be exactly under a glassy rectangle. The result is that the size of my background looks good but the position not. I positioned it by calculating in pixel taking the size of the render screen in reference.
Did I make a mistake?
The way the background placement works is a little different. The Scale X and Y is applied to the Dec (Offset) X and Y. In your case, here are the numbers.
Your approach to the background placement makes sense and perhaps we should change the way the placement works? Are there other situations that such a change would be a problem?
Thank you Scott, now it's perfect!
As it's the first time I do something like that, I can't tell you other situations, sorry...