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Microsoft KB Archive/170900

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INFO: Moving an Object's Center with Modeling Relation Activate

Last reviewed: July 2, 1997
Article ID: Q170900

The information in this article applies to:

  • Softimage 3D for IRIX, versions 3.51, 3.7
  • Softimage 3D for Windows NT, versions 3.51, 3.7

SUMMARY

This article is provided to reinforce the proper functionality of Preferences-Modeling Relation.

When you move an object's center, the object will also move if Preferences- Modeling Relation is selected

When you create an object with Preferences->Modeling Relation selected, you can not move the object's center independently from the object. This "is" proper behavior. To move an object's center independently from the object, with Modeling Relation selected, you must first perform Effect- >Freeze->Modeling Relation.

REFERENCES

SOFTIMAGE 3D Reference Guide: A to H Interface, page 425-428.

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


Keywords : kbgraphic si si3d si3dmo kbinfo

Version : 3.51 3.7
Platform : IRIX NT WINDOWS


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Last reviewed: July 2, 1997
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