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Old 04-21-2013, 05:25 PM   #1
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Maya not letting me gives lattice to the curves

It was still working this morning. And suddenly. Really sudden. It gives me a message

// Error: line 0: Problems occurred with dependency graph setup. //

When I try to apply lattice to the curves. My scene is very very simple. No connections/constrain. Only the curves in the scene. No rig, Well I did a group and ungroups earlier. And I also put some curves in layers and remove layers earlier which I can't backtrack with earlier versions. I've saved over. But I tried to freeze history and transformation it does nothing. Still doesn't let me lattice. Maybe I've miss press some keys?

This is giving me a huge headache

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