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Old 05-02-2007, 06:00 AM   #1
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hi, sorry for all the questions i feel like thats all i do lol, anyways, when i insert an isoparm into my nerb sphere it appears to work fine then when i try and my a control vertext it wont let me move them, anyone know why? its frustrating me any help appreciated.
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Once you have inserted an isoparm are you going straight to CVs in the context menu? If so try going back to object mode and then back into CVs that way.

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and drag the whole row down with your move tool, if you want it to have the same shape, manipulate the verts, in this case you could use the scale too to bring it back to the original shape, while having the isopharm lower
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im using 7.0 and it just started working, so idk thanks for the help though if it does it again ill try using to whole row.
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didnt work but i did delete history and that made it work, cant figure out why maybe there was some kind of wierd glitch during installation...
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