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Old 08-12-2003, 05:25 AM   #1
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Okay.. currently i was modeling something. I moved the part of the object away from the rest to see it more clearly, and after i did that it froze... But it didnt freeze...

I cant select faces or anything, edges, nothing. But i can stilll go into the different menus, I can move the whole object, but not any individual piece... I cant seem to get it to go away... i just needed to delete a few poly's and got into a mess
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Alright.. i got it to work. I dont know how but i got what i needed dont to work. so... who cares how...

To add on last question, If anyone is familiar with lightwave, do they have a feature similar to the "Knife" in lightwave for maya?

Basically its a cut poly tool that cuts all poly's on that plane its used.... Not just the current poly...
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yeah man, maya's got that too. the split poly tool, under edit polys in the modeling menu.

you have to start and finish on and edge (not the same edge)

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I think twisted meens something else,

its the Edit Polygon > Cut Faces Tool.
That cut all the faces in a line, on the view you use it in.
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Sorry howard i shoudl have been more specific.

Pony, Yup, tried it out, thats exactly what i was looking for, Thanks bud.
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