p.s., Re: Displayed Data

> > I thought that I could do this with the DataRenderer getRanges()
> > method.  Would this be correct?  If so, is there a way to get the
> > default DataRender from the DisplayImpl, or do I created one and add it
> > to the Display?

I missed this question in my first answer.

The easiest way to get a reference to the DataRenderer
used for a particular DataReference is to construct
your own DefaultRendererJ3D and pass it to the
DisplayImpl.addreference() method.


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