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Old 13-09-2008, 04:33 AM   #1
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Default texturing issue

hey guys i keep getting this error when i try to export UV's from maya. Every time i go into UV texture editor and click;

Create PSD, i get the following error in my command line

// Error: Wrong number of arguments on call to select.

Any ideas?

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I have no idea about the error but why are you exporting UV'S as a psd as there are no layers?
I just create a UV snapshot using either targa or tiff and then open it in PS.

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