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Old 05-04-2003, 01:29 AM   #1
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I have a shader that has a file for the transparentcy. How can I put it back to manual mode? (When the box next to transparentcy is checkered)
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Delete the transparency file maybe, the one in the lowerpart of the Hypershade? If you have it set for a file that is. Hope this helped.
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Do you mean unmap the transparancy attribute? Right click the transparancy attribute and select Break Connection. This doesn't necessarily delete the file, it just unmaps it from the attribute.
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