> yes, but only in hardware shading. go to window>rendering editors>hardware
> rendering buffer.
> i'm not sure that you can do a wireframe on shaded directly, but if you render
> out a wireframe image with z-buffer and a shaded image with z-buffer, then you
> could composite them in composer or after effects.
I made a melscript 'isoPfx.mel (4 lines wow!) that puts pfs stroke on the
isoparms, wich lets you render 'painted' wireframes, it works pretty well for
doing hiddenline etc.
You can find it if you look at the hal9000 link on my projects page
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