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16.90.5.52 - trait (SceneScript element)

 <trait "Name"

This allows you define named traits. 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  <reflectivity 0  </trait

You can use this trait using the  <apply language element.

The following language elements are recorded when used within a  <trait </trait defining pair:

 <ambient EXP
 <ambithresh EXP
 <axis X Y Z "Name"*
 </axis
 <brilliance EXP
 <btile X Y*
 <bumpdrama EXP
 <bumpmap "ImageFile"
 <bumpscale X Y*
 <color R G B*
 <color0 R G B*
 <color1 R G B*
 <color2 R G B*
 <color3 R G B*
 <color4 R G B*
 <color5 R G B*
 <diffuse EXP*
 <dmap "T" P1 P2 P3*
 <imagemap "ImageFile"
 <imagescale X Y*
 <lib "LibraryFile"
 <lightsource 0/1
 <position X Y Z*
 <radius EXP
 <reflectivity EXP
 <refraction EXP
 <rotate X Y Z*
 <rotation X Y Z*
 <roughness EXP
 <scale X Y Z*
 <specular EXP
 <splined 1/0
 <texturemap "T" P1 P2 P3*
 <texturemap2 "T" P1 P2 P3*
 <tile X Y*
 <translate X Y Z*
 <translucency EXP
 <transparency EXP
 <uvtexture "T" P1 P2 P3*
 <vtx0 X Y Z*
 <vtx1 X Y Z*
 <vtx2 X Y Z*

* Each of X, Y, Z, R, G, B, P1, P2 and P3 may be an expression, just as EXP is an expression.

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