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Old 16-09-2004, 12:09 AM   #1
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Default No input option in Channel box, please help.

I am doing the free dog tutorial and I have trouble with windows. I need to be able to get up the Nurbs Input window in my channel box so I can increase my span on a sphere to 6. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 16-09-2004, 12:26 AM   #2
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Make sure history is turned on. it's the Scroll icon next to the render buttons in the status line. If you turn it on, it won't fix objects that have already been made, it'll work for new objects from then on.
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Unfortunately that didn't help, I had my history activated. I just need to be able to add more wireframe lines to a sphere.
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You have to have the history on "before" you create the object. If you didn't try it already, turn the history on, then create a sphere and you should have the inputs available.
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I tried recreating the sphere again and made sure that the History was on and this time it worked. Thank you for the help and I'm sorry for not understanding the first time.
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I am haveing the same problum but cant find the Scroll Icon to follow the rest of the derections...

Please Help me locate it
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Yop yop,

here it is, "Construction History Toggle"



If you can't locate this icon, maybe the icons section containing this one is "collapsed". Collapsed it is when the vertical line preceding a group of icons shows a triangle(arrow) in place of a small rectangle. Click on it and the "scroll" button should definitely show up.


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