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Old 18-04-2006, 09:27 PM   #1
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I have made a nurbs based human head and I used global stich to put the surfaces together.
the problem is when I select the whole thing and I want to move the it, some of the edges and parts stay where they are and do not move. does anyone know what the problem is?
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Try making a group with all the surface, then Center Pivot and now try to move it!

I hope it will help u!
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hello
I have made a nurbs based human head and I used global stich to put the surfaces together.
the problem is when I select the whole thing and I want to move the it, some of the edges and parts stay where they are and do not move. does anyone know what the problem is?


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