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Old 03-02-2006, 02:43 AM   #1
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Hey all,

I've been away from MAYA for a while and opened up a project that someone else was working on. Unfortunately I can't move, rotate or scale a certain object because the manipulator handles are all greyed out. I tried using the Reset Transformations option but that didn't do anything.

If anyone can assist I'd really appreciate it.
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Sounds like they are locked, which is generally what happends when something is rigged. If it's not using a skeleton or something, you can unlock it by selecting the greyed out channels and right clicking and choosing Unlock Selected from the menu that appears.
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Thanks for that. Much appreciated.
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