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Old 06-11-2003, 11:53 PM   #1
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Unhappy HELP ..Trying to Connect EP on the EP curve tool

I am trying to connect 2 Edit point to form a Closed Circle.

I have tried everything under the sun to try and connect these points. I am just clicking to make a circle. I stop just shy of closing the circle. I right click and choose Edit point....THEN WHAT?

I select the 2 edit points I wanna merge and THEN WHAT??



I think I have tried about everything!!! THis is soooo simple and its driving me crazy!!! HELP!!!!!!!!!


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Old 07-11-2003, 12:09 AM   #2
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Edit curves -> close curves
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Old 07-11-2003, 03:58 AM   #3
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Default Sorry It didn't work

I received this message:


Error: Nothing was selected to close. Select curves or curves on surface.




Grrrrrrr



What am I doing wrong.......????

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are you selecting the edit points? You need to select the curve itself.
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and make sure you not in component selection mode.
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Default THANK YOU!!!!!

I feel like SUCH A MORON!!!


THank you all so much....I was selecting the edi points INSTEAD of the curve in selection mode. I was attaempting to create "Dory" the fish from "Finding Nemo" and I was creating the shape (outline) and I could NOT for the life of me close the curve.



I thank you so much!!! I couldn't even find it in teh documentation..I bet I was reading to fast or something!!

You guys (girls) are teh best and I thank you for your posts and help!!



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