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Microsoft KB Archive/170180

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INFO: Clean-Up Randomly Positioned Elements in Schematic View

Last reviewed: June 20, 1997
Article ID: Q170180

The information in this article applies to:

  • Softimage 3D for IRIX, version 3.51
  • Softimage 3D for Windows NT, version 3.51

SUMMARY

The information in this article shows you how to clean the Schematic view when elements are positioned randomly.

MORE INFORMATION

When you load a new element in your scene or duplicate an element, frequently the new elements' Nulls are not positioned properly. Unfortunately, the command CLEAN_ALL does not correct this problem. However, using the following method should correctly reposition your scene's elements:

  • In MULTI Mode (with the right mouse button), select all the branches and hierarchies from the Schematic view.
  • Choose the CLEAN command (to access the CLEAN option, you must expand the Schematic view). The CLEAN operation resets the branches and hierarchies.

You can also switch the view mode back to Plain Mode, and perform the CLEAN_ALL. As well, you should check the memo cam. boxes from the Schematic view before saving your scene.

REFERENCES

If you have any questions concerning the information contained in the article, contact support@softimage.com by e-mail.


Keywords : kbdisplay kbgraphic kbtshoot si si3d si3dui kbinfo

Version : 3.51
Platform : IRIX NT WINDOWS


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Last reviewed: June 20, 1997
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