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    Lightbulb LWM: "Part" creation

    Put it where you want it (see JPG):

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    You can make it by yourself (sort of).
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    UI Consistency and Convenience.

    Well, sure, it is already in my menu, although not there, interesting thought. (Mine's under Details tab.)

    BUT: there's two places the LW designers have "(new)" entries in dropdowns:
    • the Vertex Maps selector (for all the maps, I think), and
    • the Image dropdown (where it's actually "Load Image", but same diff).


    I'm just looking for some consistency in the UI, and some added convenience.

    I'd also like to "(new)" a UV map from the Creation tools (Box, Ball, etc) instead of having to have ALREADY created a UV map. --Because I never remember to do so, and thus always have to backtrack. Hate that workflow.
    They only call it 'class warfare' when we fight back.
    Praise to Buddha! #resist
    Chard's Credo-"Documentation is PART of the Interface"
    Film the cops. Always FILM THE COPS. Use this app.

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