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Old 19-03-2004, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default How do i SNap curve?

Hmm I read a Tuturial but i think its oudated. I am using Maya 5.0 and cant find out how i snap a curve to a nurb. Plaese help ohh migthy 3d dude out there
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U need to make the nube live.
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Hmmm. When I use that tool the every point of the curve stiks to the nurb. I just want one point of the curve to be stuck.

This is realy enoys me.
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You can snap to the curve dragons told you to build. Hold 'C'
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Thanks. You guys are real life saviors. I am realy feel I am making progress.
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select your vert or whatever and then push w and then hold c and you should be able to grab the middle of the tool and it will snap to any curve you move over.

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