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Old 17-04-2003, 08:20 PM   #1
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I've accidentally applied two planar projections on the same item. How do i do to remove one of them ?
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Old 17-04-2003, 08:31 PM   #2
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Look for the offending planar projection in the Hypergraph.
Delete the connection.
Restore the other oneīs connection.
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Old 17-04-2003, 08:31 PM   #3
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go to your outliner and remove one from there mate
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It doens't matter, really. Depending on which faces you applied the projection to, the most recent planar projection will override the first one.
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Originally posted by dannyngan
It doens't matter, really. Depending on which faces you applied the projection to, the most recent planar projection will override the first one.
Didnīt know that.
However, knowing how 3d goes, and Maya itself, itīs better to keep it clean right?
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sorry mate I didnt read your post correctly and read it as "I have made 2 planes" DOH
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Ok, Thanks mates...
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Originally posted by adldesigner
However, knowing how 3d goes, and Maya itself, itīs better to keep it clean right?
I don't think "cleanliness" matters if you delete the history does it?
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Yes, deleting the history will "clean" things up.
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