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Old 14-07-2003, 09:22 PM   #1
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is there a diference between deleting objects by backspace or delete button?


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i have modeled a cube with a y-dimensional of 100 units.
the top view doesn´t show the top of the model. also other objects get invisible.
i know that objects, which are placed in a far distance disappear in the viwport view until you raise up the far clip plane value of the camera.
but what do in my case?
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is there a diference between deleting objects by backspace or delete button?

No.

i have modeled a cube with a y-dimensional of 100 units.
the top view doesn´t show the top of the model. also other objects get invisible.
i know that objects, which are placed in a far distance disappear in the viwport view until you raise up the far clip plane value of the camera.
but what do in my case?

I don't understand the question.
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theres some option somewhere to change the distance you can view objects in the viewports. I had the problem when i was moddelling a massive house for an already big character. It'll slow down your computer...search around for it.
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Your orthographic views (top, side, front) are just cameras. You can set near and far clipping just like the perspective view.
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