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Old 06-12-2005, 07:28 PM   #1
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Default Leftover lattices

I'm building a simple face with subdivision surfaces in polygon proxy mode. I delete history when the command line tells me to watch out for tweaks. I use extrude edge, split polygon and append polygon.

I get these lattices building up. What are they and can I, should I get rid of them? They get in the way so I can't grab vertexs anymore.

I use Maya 4 on PC, sometimes Mac.


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Y:ou could always just hide it hold ctrl>H if on windows Linux is shift H i belive to get it back just go to display>show> last hidden
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Or if its really a Lattice Deformer, just do Edit-Delete By Type (with lattice selected)-History.
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