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Old 09-12-2003, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default Soften/Harden edges?

Hi all,

Just wondering if anybody has had the same strange problem as myself? I'm trying to use the Polygon Soften/Harden edges tool, the tool works correctly when converting hard edges to soft but just does nothing when i try to convert them back again????
once thier soft they have to stay soft unless i undo all the way back to before i appied the tool? Any ideas?

Wait a sec, i've just exported the model and then imported back and now I can't soften or harden!! What the hell?

Here's the scene file see if anybody else has any luck
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All of your faces are seperated. You'll need to select all vertices and merge with a distance of .0001. It'll work, then.
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Thanks mate, Just tried it and that was just the job!
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