View Full Version : Zero is not allways zero?

10-04-2004, 07:04 AM
Hi, on several occasions, when mirroring a "half" mesh along the X-axis, I've noticed irregularities along the seem.

When examining the vertices along the X-axis, the Point Info Panel displayed
"0 m" (zero), as should be when mirroring a half mesh.

But in reality that was not the case, hence the irregularities, and only after selecting the suspected vertices and explicitly assigning them a value of zero in the Point Info Panel, the mirroring succeeded.

So, my question: has anyone ever encountered this or is it just me?

Thanks and greets... :confused:

Thomas M.
10-04-2004, 09:51 AM
Yep! Sometimes after deleting one-half of the object and mirroring it, not all the points in the center get merged. I believe I did avoid this strange behaviour by using the num/panel and typing 0 in all the entry fields (even if there's already a 0).

Strange indeed, I know.


10-04-2004, 10:55 AM
That was probably because of morph maps on the seam points. If not, then I don't know :)