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Old 04-08-2006, 11:19 AM   #1
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Hi thezre,

Does anyone know how to in/decrese the axes arrows when you select an object?
I think I decreased them, which makes accuraty a bitch since I need to soom in, but then the arrows "zoom in " as well (they become smaller!)

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use the +/- keys.

A lot of newby common questions like this are answered in the sticky thread at the top.

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why dont ppl look at the help file?? its obviously put there for a reason.
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