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Old 09-07-2003, 11:12 AM   #1
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Default questions to material

question mapping size
when i want to resize the mapping size of a file-texture, i open the attribut editor of the 2dtexture and by changing the value of uv-repeat i can take the size of the mapping.
but when i have two objects in difference sizes and i want them to have the same material in same sizes, i can´t reach this by trying several numbers of repeatment. it would be much better, if there were a possibilty to scale the sizes in units.

i need a two sided material, the inner side of the object should get a white colour whereas the outer side should get an orange colour.

is there a maya.iff-plugin for opening .iff-files in photoshop ?

question iff-browser
is there in maya a browser for viewing the iff-files, par exemple for watching the textures?
the fcheck picture-viewer shows simply one picture. i haven´t found a possibilite to switch further for watching the folling ones.

acdsee, my first class picture viewer, doesn´t give the possibity for waching iff-files.
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As for the first question, this link is what you need.

And for your second, hunt around I'm sure they'll have what you're looking for.
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Double sided mapping

Maya image viewer.

Instead of open image, use open animation. That will show the whole sequence.
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