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Old 10-09-2006, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default keep faces together is on.

By the way, yes I have keep faces together turned on.
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Default Re: keep faces together is on.

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By the way, yes I have keep faces together turned on.
Thats nice... So have I, and 99.9% of Maya users.
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Yeah.. ok guys... the post was a mistake and supposed to be a reply to a previous post. Thanks for making a new guy feel welcome.
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no reason to get upset, having people reply to what was a mistake means that they're just trying to share their senses of humor with you... instead, be glad that a post you made on the forums wasn't ignored like a lot of the real posts out there about actual problems...
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Originally posted by NeoStrider
no reason to get upset, having people reply to what was a mistake means that they're just trying to share their senses of humor with you... instead, be glad that a post you made on the forums wasn't ignored like a lot of the real posts out there about actual problems...
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