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Old 10-02-2004, 07:31 PM   #1
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I made a poly circle and i deleted some faces on the bottom and it justm ade a hole. How can i make it delete the faces but instead of leaving a hole fill it in?

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delete just the edges.
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Old 10-02-2004, 08:03 PM   #3
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1 more thing is there a way to make one thing be wireframe and another not be? i have my reference on a poly plane and i cant see it through my cylinder. I was wondering if i caould make the cylinder wire and the plane not

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Edit: nevermind i just made an image plane on the camera. wasnt thinking today
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You could also just smooth/flat shade your selected items by selecting it in view > ...
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Turn on "Wire on Shaded" and then turn the object's transparancy all the way down.
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or turn on the wire on shaded and then turn on xray as well (in the same menu) that's easier than affecting the metrial's transparency (espcially if it's Lambert1 )

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allrighty thanks guys
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