Here's an example of how to create paperspace viewports.
Can you explain a bit more about what you mean by 'view'?
Did you simply want to show a specific object or location in the viewport? Or do you have a saved view, like one defined with the VIEW command, that you want to represent in the viewport?
Thanks for example! By "view" I mean standart view from view manager(command "view"). I need to change view direction in current active viewport on Paperspace when I change view direction in modelspace. I change view direction in modelspace by my function so I can handle that event.
(sorry for my English)
In the viewport class, you have a couple methods that can help you out.
If you're dealing with a standard orthographic view, you could use the Viewport.SetViewDirection method. But if you require a custom view within the viewport, you could define the custom UCS and set it using Viewport.SetUcs.
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