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Old 08-03-2006, 03:20 AM   #1
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hello everybody,

i've actually animated the glow intensity of a bunch of texture nodes (blinns) and i want to use the graph editor or something like the graph editor to adjust it, but i cant seem to find the curves on the graph editor. Is it possible to adjust in such a way?

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Just select the blinn then in the the hypershade the graph should be there for the glow intensity, as well as everything else for the material.
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