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16.90.5.3 - apply (SceneScript element)

 <apply "TRAIT"

This language element may be used inside a  <trait block.

This allows you to apply any named trait. A trait is defined by surrounding one or more language elements with the tags  <trait and  </trait. For instance, the following defines a useful matte surface characteristic:

 <trait "matte"  <ambient .1  <diffuse .7  <brilliance 1  <specular 0  <roughness 0  <transparency 0  <translucency 0  <reflectivity 0  </trait

To use all of these characteristics just like this, you would place the following in your scene:

 <apply "matte"

This is the same as writing those characteristics out the longer way, but easier to look at and understand.

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