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Old 06-09-2006, 08:43 PM   #1
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Simple question, does anyone know where the collapse command is in Maya 8? Ive looked in the "mesh" and "edit mesh" menues but its not there.
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I can not find collapse in editmesh . but when you convert your poly to subd than in sub-d menu has a collapse with level.

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thanks ill try that, the reason im asking is because i got the book " The game artists guide to maya" and i have to select the edges on the bottom of the sword. Then use the collapse command to make the bottom of the blade look sharp.
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