Weird Trim edges problem in Maya

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  09 September 2011
Unhappy Weird Trim edges problem in Maya

Hello Friends, I'm facing a problem while selecting trim edges. I have created a hole in nurbs surface by projecting curve on surface. After that I selected the curve and selected trim edges but I am able to select only one part of hole instead complete trim edges of hole. I don't know why this is happening but not able to solve this problem, can anybody help me out?

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  09 September 2011
Hold shift and click on the unselected pieces of your loop.
  09 September 2011
Can you tell me how can I join curves?

Originally Posted by Animasta: Hold shift and click on the unselected pieces of your loop.

Actually the problem is not about selecting but the problem is that I want the trim edges as single selection so that I can create a single curve for it. Now trim edges are divided in sections hence curve is also created in multiple sections.

Can you tell me how can I join curves?
  12 December 2011
I'm having same problem right here. Have you found a solution for it?

  12 December 2011
so if i understand this correct,you want to select the whole loop around?
if so,select all loops,kill history on them and then go to your curves shelve,and use the icon with the taperoll(cant remember what is called,dont have Maya at hand atm,and i always use shortcut commands lol).Then scroll down on the attributes panel on the right and choose connect as method,now your curve should be a whole curve again(you couls also choose to rebuild your curve)... if thats what you meant that is.... if not please explain..
  12 December 2011
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