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Old 01-09-2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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Default Newbiw Issues with Display Settings

I am VERY new to Maya and I am having a problem with the display, I have set the Working Units to Centimeters, mainly because I am working from 2D drawing that are also in cms to make most of the drawing out of objects as exact as I can, the problem is that I cannot see all of my object in the perspective view, OK in the others, how do I change the settings so that I can view the entire image???

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The geometry is being clipped off (for performance purposes). Select the camera and open the Attribute Editor and increase the far clip plane.
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Thanks for that, it worked a treat.

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