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Old 26-01-2003, 05:29 PM   #1
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Default duplicating paint effects strokes?

ever tried duplicating say, a hair stroke or grass stroke, it works fine and is great to get the symmetry right, but when you next load the file it says error failed to compute 'said strokes'??

the strokes still exist in the outliner, but it wont compute/render them?? and the original stroke renders fine.

any suggestions???
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Not sure but I had some weird pfx behaviour with my female head project. The cure was to go in to component mode and nudge some CVs of the strokes... Don't ask me why it helped
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thanx dood, i thought of trying that but last time i looked i couldn't find any cv's lol, i'll try again though
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