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Old 07-01-2004, 10:53 PM   #1
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sry nubprob but how can i do curve square 2 one object, so that i can't single select all 4 curves ??? also that i just can select the square. n maybe someone can tell me i good TUTORIAL that explain how 2 use the xtrude n birail+3 options optimal.

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Old 08-01-2004, 03:13 AM   #2
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connect the four curves that make up a nurbs square? impossible dude. It simply can't be done because nurbs geometry is always made up of four sides. sorry. You CAN however, choose Window>Outliner and locate your square there. If you select it, you will see that all four sides are highlighted. This is because they are grouped together. Will that suffice?
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Old 08-01-2004, 03:18 AM   #3
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If you want a simple way to select the whole square, select 1 side then press the up arrow key to select all sides.
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mh but i got a rigged model here, where square curves are used for controller, and if i select them the prog. always select the whole square n not just on curve/side of the square ?!?!?!?

its the ikjoev3 model somebody of u should know this model n if not http://www.rigging101.com/
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You can connect square curves together. Make sure you use the "connect" attach option instead of "blend" to maintain the shape.
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yeah isi thx !
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