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Old 24-09-2003, 12:52 PM   #1
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Talking two points

Right I have two points that I want to become one in Lightwave you would Weld them, I dont seem to see anything like that.

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select one of the points
hit w for the move tool
hold v and snap one of the points to the other
then go to edit polygons - merge vertices
hope you understand that
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I had a feeling it had something to do with the merge function

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You don't necessarily have to snap them first, but it can make it easier when snapping a lot of points. Adjust the distance option to merge vertices that are not snapped together.
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