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Old 14-08-2009, 09:16 PM   #1
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Default invisibility plane came up

after opening a scene from digital tutors some settings changed from the default. i fixed everything but this strange invisibility plane still exists. i even uninstalled the programme and installed it again but it's still there. what might be it and how can i fix it? any help would me much appreciated.

(it's not a n object it's just a view problem)

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Select the camera and increase the far clip plane.
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thx, that was it.
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but in fact that means that your scene dimensions are not correct.
i think in preset the scene dimensions are at default by cm or inch and your scene looks like meters or yards.
So go to your projekt folder, normaly at c: doc and prefs-user-maya-2009-prefs-user_prefs...
delete that file and start maya and you will end up with a new scene with the right presets! inclusive right scene proportions....
When your object is to big try to import it under file-import...
ans scale it to 0.1 of global scale... than you should get a right scene size...
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