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Old 02 February 2004   #1
Help with morphs in subd model

People, i need help with morphs. I have this F4U corsair and i want to move some parts, rotate others, open things, etc and I'm trying to use morphs to do it. But my model is in subds...may this be the problem? The thing is that in modeler it works ok but in layout it sucks.

Do i have to do it the old fashioned way? In layout assemble the model with moving parts parented, etc....




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Old 02 February 2004   #2
In layout make sure you set the subdivision order of the object to last. That's the first thing I can think of. Let me know if that works for you.

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Old 02 February 2004   #3
Yap it looks like u havent set the Subd Order to Last in Layout, never understood why the default value is First anyway...

Choose your object, press "p" and in the properties menu choose Subdivision Order to LAST. it should work as expected now

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Old 02 February 2004   #4
Obrigadao Sil3

That was it. And stupid me, i knew that but i haven't used morphs for sometime now and i didn't remember that stuff. Tx for the help.
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