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Let's say I created a 3D plot in Mathematica. It's not oriented the way I want it, so I manually rotate it (in the output cell) to a desired view. (I tried playing with some view options in the code, but I gave up -- I admit my spatial imagination is really bad.) Here's the question: how can I find the options in the manually adjusted graph, so that I can reproduce it with Mathematica code?

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marked as duplicate by Jens, Szabolcs, Yves Klett, m_goldberg, rasher May 24 at 22:38

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It's similar, but not exactly my question... I want to find out options for a graphics that I manually rotated in my Mathematica (version 9.0.1) notebook. Do I have to wrap my input code into DynamicModule? I've never used it, so I'd have to learn it first. –  zipirovich May 24 at 20:53
    
@zipirovich you are right. I will leave the comment so that topic will be linked. –  Kuba May 24 at 21:32
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@zipirovich There is also this one if you like ;o) –  Öskå May 24 at 22:22

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