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INFO: Particle Commands That Are Different on SGI and Windows NT

Last reviewed: July 11, 1997
Article ID: Q171211

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

If you have been running SOFTIMAGE Particle on an SGI and now are working on Windows NT, you may have noticed that some Curve Editor commands no longer work.

Selecting a Zone is an example of a command that is different on Windows NT. The following procedure shows you how to select a Zone on Windows NT:

To select a Zone in the Curve Editor on Windows NT, press CTRL+left-mouse button, point your cursor on the fcurve where you want to start, and then drag to the right. The background of the area being drawn turns light gray. When you release the left-mouse button, the selected segment turns red.

For a list of commands related to SOFTIMAGE Particle on Windows NT, select the Help button in the Curve Editor.

REFERENCES

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


Keywords : kbgraphic si si3d si3dpart kbinfo

Version : 3.51 3.7
Platform : IRIX NT WINDOWS


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Last reviewed: July 11, 1997
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