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Old 28-05-2003, 08:09 AM   #1
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I'm wanting to move some verts to 0 and i was wondering if there was anyway i can just tell it to go to 0 like you can with objects?
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Select the vertices, open up the Component Editor (Window > General Editors), go to the Polygons tab, and you should see a list of the selected vertices along with their world space coordinates (vertex.x, vertex.y, vertex.z). From there, you can enter your desired coordinates for the vertices.
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...or select vertices and type "move 0 0 0;" in the command line and hit enter.
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Thanks lads.
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Inspired by this thread I wrote a simple mel with UI called transformTypeIn. You can find it here: http://www.simplymaya.com/download_p...id=37&type=mel

Basically it just transforms (moves, rotates and scales) current selection based on typed in values.
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Ooh very nice, i'll download that and give it a go.
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