!PolyDraw can have many windows open on the screen. The image below shows some of them displaying aspects of one of the Archimedean solids, the snub cube.
Left: the planar net displayed in 'datacolour' mode where you can see that there are two kinds of triangles.
Right: the 3D view also displayed in 'datacolour' mode, this time as a 'shaded' model.
Centre: the 3D window pane, with its icons allowing easy access to most of the !PolyDraw operations at the click of a mouse; some keyboard shortcuts are also provided, and interactive help fully supported.
The lower left window shows descriptive text for this polyhedron
The lower right appears as a result of clicking with the mouse over the yellow face in the 3D window. This window is also used to display the results of the measurements of Distance, Angle, and Interfacial Angles in the model.
The image below shows more of the 3D display modes:
left: 'wire' with the back in a different colour
right: single colour shaded to show the light direction, which may be changed by the user.