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The Match Size operation moves and scales the first input to match the second input. If no second input is present, the provided position and size are used to define the destination bounding box.
Applies the inverse of the transform stored in the given detail attribute. If it was created by a Match Size’s Stash Transform, this will have the effect of restoring the geometry to its original space.
Whether to translate the object to match the reference box.
If no second input is given, this position is used for alignment. It represents the center of the box unless the relevant axis' justification is Min or Max, in which case it represents the edge of the reference box.
Controls how the each axis is translated to match the reference box.
No movement on the x-axis
The minimum of the object’s bounding box is aligned to the minimum of the reference’s bounding box.
The center of the object’s bounding box is aligned to the center of the reference’s bounding box.
The maximum of the object’s bounding box is aligned to the maximum of the reference’s bounding box.
Scale to Fit
Whether to scale the geometry to match the size of the reference box.
If no second input is given, the size of the reference bounding box along xyz axes.
Preserve the aspect ratio of the geometry by scaling all axes equally.
In case of uniform scale not all axes can necessarily be fit. This determines which axis is used.
The x-axis will be matched.
The y-axis will be matched.
The z-axis will be matched.
The object will be fully contained in the reference box.
Controls whether each axis will be scaled to the reference box.
Stores the transform applied to the geometry into the given detail attribute. This can then be undone with another Match Axis and the Restore Transform option, or applied directly with the Transform by Attribute SOP.
The geometry which will be resized to fit the destination.
The geometry whose bounding box will be used to determine how to center and size the source.