updateCoordinateSystem() ?

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updateCoordinateSystem() ?

kwaegel
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Is there any way to update an existing coordinate system (the 3-line object) in PCLVisualizer? Just adding and removing it doesn't seem to work for me, as the axis lines vanish.

Adding and updating a sphere works fine, with addSphere(..) and updateShapePose(..).
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Re: updateCoordinateSystem() ?

nizar sallem
Currently we don't have such method.
It won't be a lot of trouble to add this feature though, can you please
ask for it in the github ?

Best,
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Nizar

On 11/03/2014 06:20, kwaegel wrote:

> Is there any way to update an existing coordinate system (the 3-line object)
> in PCLVisualizer? Just adding and removing it doesn't seem to work for me,
> as the axis lines vanish.
>
> Adding and updating a sphere works fine, with addSphere(..) and
> updateShapePose(..).
>
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Re: updateCoordinateSystem() ?

kwaegel
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nizar sallem wrote
Currently we don't have such method.
It won't be a lot of trouble to add this feature though, can you please
ask for it in the github ?

On 11/03/2014 06:20, kwaegel wrote:
> Is there any way to update an existing coordinate system (the 3-line object)
> in PCLVisualizer? Just adding and removing it doesn't seem to work for me,
> as the axis lines vanish.
>
> Adding and updating a sphere works fine, with addSphere(..) and
> updateShapePose(..).
Just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something obvious. Patched in pull request #569.