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    Default Move, adjust and rotate sunlight

    I'm having some issues with trying to adjust a sunlight. Specifically, I want to move/adjust and rotate it somewhat, but Viz is not allowing me to do so. I seem to recall being able to do this before. Am I missing something? Using VizR2006.

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    Default Re: Move, adjust and rotate sunlight

    If you select the compass rose, you can rotate that to align the north point, and then use the time and month features to set the sun's position.


    Otherwise, in your sun set-up, change from automatic (where you use location, time of day, month etc) to manual, which will allow you to physically move and position the sun itself, without affecting the compass.

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