I’m a little embarrassed to have to ask this. I know that there is a simple way to get the size of a model in panda. If memory serves, it returns the height, width, and depth of the model’s bounding box. I used this in debugging a problem I had a long time ago, where models weren’t appearing in my scene because they were too large or too small. Unfortunately, I can’t for the life of me remember what the function/method call I used was, or find it in the manual or reference. Does anyone know what the call I most likely used might be? I’m pretty sure it was a getSomething() type call.
I found that by using the getBounds() method of an actor I can get the size of a bounding sphere, which more or less provides the info I was after, but I’m pretty sure that’s not what I did so long ago. Is there any other way to see the size of a model?
That was probably it. Thanks.