what’s the main difference between a single-viewport and multiple-viewport program?
the difference is that your a jerk by asking this on a forum
you silly german RAUS
:mad: WHAT DO YOU THINK A FORUM IS FOR ANYWAY? I ASK AN EARNEST QUESTION AND YOU LIP ME OFF. YOU ARE A JERK.
Multiple viewports are generally used in 3D modeling applications where you can see the object you’re working with from the top,side, front, etc…
If you’re familiar with games like Halo, multiple viewports are used there to split up the screen for the 2 or more simultaneous players.
Here’s a demo that demonstrates the use of multiple viewports: clicky
George: go out, have a beer, and cheer up dude. (Oh, and it’s “you’re” not “your”).
this is not a grammar forum