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Old 05-04-2011, 11:34 PM   #1
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Default Weird "fire" gradient when I make a selection?

When I make a selection, either in NURBS or Polygons, all the area around will be affected for which I'm notified early...through a fire gradient in the surrounding geometry (fire I mean, yellow to red to black)...What mode have I activated again with my problematic keyboard??
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ha, never heard it called that before...
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Thanks, actually yesterday I must have pressed B again without knowing because SS got disabled...I though it was a demonic curse or something
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Awesome! they have to rename this tool!
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What, demonic fire selection mode? The noobinator? Mayan fire? B or not hit B? Flaming softness?
Yeah...
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What, demonic fire selection mode? The noobinator? Mayan fire? B or not hit B? Flaming softness?
Yeah...
You need to get out more mate....
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