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Old 06-08-2006, 04:30 PM   #1
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Default Aligning Vertices to Y Axle

Hi everyone!

I am following the Organic Modeling Tutorial 2 and I got to a stage where is suposed to align the midle vertices of the head to the Y axle. Kurt says to select the vertices, go the front view and then move them in Y axle, while pressing 'X' in the keyboard, moving them first to the right side and then moving them back to the Y axle... But when I do this, they continue to be in the same place (unaligned)!

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Any help is welcome!

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Old 06-08-2006, 05:32 PM   #2
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Well when you hold x it should snap to axis. Make sure you are holding x before you click to move them...another way to do it is to click on the snap to axis button on the shelf...
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Old 07-08-2006, 02:03 AM   #3
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Double click your move tool, you'll see the options box come up to the right of it, Look for a setting called " Retain componant spacing", uncheck it..

Hold X, click and watch
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Alternatively, you can use the scale tool.

Make sure "discreet scale" is checked, and relative is not, then scale the verts down - they should snap to "zero" scale, which aligns them all to each other.
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Thank you all! You solved the problem! :attn:

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