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Old 07-04-2009, 03:32 PM   #1
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Unhappy Simple problem i can't fix!

I'm very new to Maya and ive got a problem that sould be really easy to fix!
What's happening is: when i try and select a vert, face or edge and i try and simply move it, it creates a new one and starts moving that! I've been using Maya 8.5 for a while and it's been fine- I must have pressed a keyboard shortcut and now it's freaking out on me! Please HEELLPPP!!!
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sounds like you have the split polygon tool seleted. make sure you are in component mode and make sure you have the move tool selected. I suppose another reason for this is that you could have faces sitting on top of one another.
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