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Old 10-10-2005, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Keeping faces/edges together

I tried posting a thread a few days ago on a problem I was having (those &#^%$ extra/hidden faces), but this may have been confusing to many, as no one answered.

I figured out more specifically what my problem is, and allow me to re-phrase it.

When I extrude faces or edges using Maya 6.5, the faces/edges won't stay together. In past versions, there was an option "keep faces together" which could be checked, allowing multiple faces to be extruded, &c. I cannot seem to find this option anywhere on Maya 6.5, and it's frustrating! For the record, I've tried looking this up, and have found nothing so far. I will, of course, continue to try and find the solution myself...

Again, if I'm missing something obvious, please let me know! And if not, this option seems well-hidden! If there's another post on this issue, can someone please let me know?

HELP!!! (should I stumble across the solution before anyone gets back to me, I'll post it here).

Thanks in advance!

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Old 10-10-2005, 02:13 PM   #2
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NEVER MIND, I FOUND THE SOLUTION! :-)

The "Keep faces together" function was not where I thought it would be, but I did find it. NOW I am quite embarrassed! :-)

Thanks!

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