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Old 19-06-2003, 11:33 AM   #1
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Hi there

Is there an easy way to see witch CV's are joined together when you do your modelling?

I think its very hard to do modelling with nurbs CV's when you can't see the connections between the CV's.

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Old 19-06-2003, 01:02 PM   #2
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Hi,

Yes its a pain when you can't see them in relation to each other.

Try>

Select your object in standard mode and hit f9 ( I think) make sure that 'points' and 'hulls' are both selected in components (top of screen).

Hope this helps

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If you don't want to actually be in hull editing mode you could select your object and choose Display -> NURBS Components -> Hulls. Choose it again to hide them.
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Thank to both of you, it was much better, now I can see what I'm doing. :-)

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