Deleting 3d objs, how?

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Old 09 September 2004   #1
Question Deleting 3d objs, how?

I know this seems like a very basic and even childish question, well it would be if I was talking about any other applic, but being about Zbrush ... it really is not that basic. Believe me I started with the obvious one: The help file, then forums, and more forums...
And so far the answers have not been exactly straight forward.
Can someone please have some merci and understanding in telling how in the world am I suppose to delete an unwanted 3d object?

Thanks in advance,

Old 09 September 2004   #2
Wink Deleting...

3D objects are always in your "tools" palette when you have an open session.
If you want reuse an 3DObject in a future session you must save it in the "Menu Tool/save as" in your own data Base of Objects!
So "deleting" an object is impossible
Just Erase your Canvas (Ctrl + N) and redraw that you want from the "tools palette"!
Delete = no reuse
It's not an orthodox prog : that is his charm
Is beautiful that please without concept!
Speedy Gallery...

Last edited by Frenchy Pilou : 09 September 2004 at 01:49 PM.
Old 09 September 2004   #3
Thumbs up

Finally!!! The answer I was looking for - "erase the canvas"

Merci bien monsieur Pilou!

Old 09 September 2004   #4
Along the same lines... can you tell me how to delete an alpha from the alpha palette.. I.e. If I render a few high res displacements for exporting and then want to clear them .. how do I>? if they're in the apha pallete tool ...they're still taking up RAM aren't they?

seriously perplexed ??

Old 09 September 2004   #5
Wink Same remarks that above

...maybe not, automaticly moved from the hard memory to you hard disk when needing
Is beautiful that please without concept!
Speedy Gallery...

Last edited by Frenchy Pilou : 09 September 2004 at 01:05 PM.
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