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Old 12-12-2009, 03:39 PM   #1
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Hi. in part 4 of the Heckler and Koch tut Jason uses a toole to split from a edge! Looks to me like a scrip tool!!
Can anyone let me know what he uses or a way too duplicate the split with another tool.

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Did I????????, I'll have a look now for you.

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Ahh its only the MJPolytools script, its quite an old script, I prefer it to maya's own split edges tool, the only problem is it leaves history nodes which are a pain to get rid off, and requires a cleanup script, just use the maya split edge ring tool, it does the same thing

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tnx. I use the newes maya and are still learning. but thx for the replay I got it now..
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