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Old 10-12-2003, 07:03 AM   #1
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I run into problems when i edit in smoothshade view... but i prefer to model in that. is there a way to select objects and make them in the wireframe view, while what your editing is in the shaded view?

I know you can hide objects... but i need to see some pices so i cant hide them...:-\
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are you editing nurbs ? poly's or subD's ?
well at any rait. you should be able to have like 2 perspective views.. or maybe it would work better if you creat a camara and have that as one of your views.. you should be able to set the display quality difrent for each view port.

I gess I'm a little confused buy what you meen buy smoothshade view.

anyway.. this should work for both the display quality and for wireframe or smoothshaded..
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i replied to this topic. With a screen and everything... now its gone... Well... um..

Yeah its poly modeling... and i think one of my friends will be coming over tomorrow who has used the program for a while. ill see if he can help me. if he cant ill be back
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In the viewpanel menu, Shading > Smooth Shade Selected Items.
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Yeah... i just came back to tell y'all i figured it out......

man.. i never even noticed that panel too...
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