If you look inside the little bit of logic in subs.py in the
"makeDisplay()" routine, you'll see how it creates this effect --
basically when you make the display this way (as opposed to using
makeDisplay2D() or makeDisplay3D(), it looks at the mappings and if it
does not find one for the z axis, -and- if 3D is available, then it uses
these two lines:
First a very basic question, is it possible to use Java3D
but not have the effect of 3D?
tdr = TwoDDisplayRendererJ3D()
disp = DisplayImplJ3D("Jython3D",tdr)
to create the 2D display using the 3D renderers.