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    Question Noob Question about Morphs

    Okay, I created morphs in modeller, now how do I use them in layout? I can't really find anything in the manual that describes how to do it.
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    go to your objects properties... in displacements... select morph mixer... then double click on it.. I'm sure you'll work it out from there.

    ps. when you ccreate your morphs.. don't make them absolute or they wont show up.

    don't ask me what absolute is good for :s
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    morph naming..

    when you create them, naming, the period between is a good practice, they work out better, in the panels in layout..

    example:
    Morph.open
    Morph.close
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaledeSilva
    .. don't make them absolute or they wont show up.

    don't ask me what absolute is good for :s
    Gotcha. That was my problem. Didn't show up because I made it absolute.
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