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Old 23-11-2002, 12:25 AM   #16
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thnx kbrown.. :p
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gr88888888888..... simply cool mel's to make your maya experience simply simpler..
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I been tring to use refplanes and i can't find it no where can someone tell me how to use it please?
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You can find the script on the previous page of this thread or at my web site. Copy-paste from the source:

Extract the zip in your "My Documents/maya/scripts" folder and type "refplanes;" in the command line (or make a shelf button).

Let me know if you still have any problems with this and I'll do my best to help you.
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Great script, KB. Have used it quite a bit. You should give it Kevin to post in the Mel Scripts area. This way people don't have to hunt through threads to find it. All the downloadable areas need more contributions.
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By all means Kev... Feel free to put it there if it's worth it...
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Hi Guys. Here's an updated version of kb's "refplanes" script. By his permission, I modified it to include a back/rear view plane.

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Talking Image Plane Reference

You're the man Kbrown thanks.
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awesome script!

How come i cant select the image with the mouse? I have to go to select all inorder to get it selected.

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The script loads the image onto a reference layer. Just go to your layer window and click on the box with the "R" in it until there's nothing there. Now you should be able to select the image.
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thanks for the tip nitroliq! got it working now.
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try this
http://www.highend3d.com/maya/mel/?s...interface#1176
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