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Old 02-19-2013, 09:43 AM   #1
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C4Dzone Free Plugin - Lost a Point

LOST A POINT PLUGIN

Lost a Point solves two Cinema 4D frustrating situations:

1) You can use a selected point of a points cloud, during P2P modelling, as coordinates reference in the orthogonal views and make new points at the same coordinates, this feature infact is bugged on the frontal view of R14 and is very important for P2P modelling techniques.

2) Now you can add points that lie along the axis without Zoomming In or Zooming out the viewport or otherwise you have to place the points in a Zig Zag way and adjust them later on.

Thanks to Lost a Point you can easily and quickly trace your references. It works with spline and poly objects.

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In order to use correctly this tool the selected object must have Axis coordinates set to (0,0,0) and shouldn’t have Rotation or Scale transformation.

The plugin is available for free in our plugin shopping section*: http://www.c4dzone.com/en/shop/plug...a-point-162.htm
 
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