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Old 25-02-2011, 01:45 AM   #1
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Hi, howdy! I have a problem. I'm using Maya 2011, and my cameras are all messed up. It seems, in the 4-view, that my perspective view (top right,) and my front view (bottom left,) and the same camera. It's making my images planes move out of place, and I can't really use the perspective anymore. It's really weird.

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Try..

In the viewport panels click on "panel" move your pointer down the list to perspective or orthographic and choose which view you want in that panel.
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