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Old 12-10-2004, 06:18 PM   #1
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hello, i applied mirror geometry successfully along the -X axis, but when i extrude edges, on the mirrored side, the new edges do not get extruded? have i set an option incorrectly?

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you might try selecting instance in the duplicate>options.
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when i duplicate and use instance.. must all objects that i duplicate be set up along the orgin or X axis and such? becuase when i do this it ends up on top or something of the original geometry


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below settings usually work for me.
if the result is not what i ntended i just try
the other axes til i get what i need ...
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