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    Registered User chemaelizondo's Avatar
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    Organizing Surfce Editor

    Hi guys.
    One simple question for you:

    If I have an element in one layer and later import a different element in a different layer, in the Surface editor all of the surfaces get imported as well, but have no order. they are just in the same list.

    Is there a way to organiza tham by element?

    I other words Im looking to achieve something like this:

    Surface Name:
    Dog
    Fur
    Eyes
    Legs
    Tail

    Cat
    Fur
    Legs
    Tail
    Eyes


    Thanks

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    Super Member Silkrooster's Avatar
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    Thats the way it should look in the surface editor. You should see an object named dog and all of his surfaces are below that, then the object cat with all the surfaces for the cat.
    If you have a cat on one layer in modeler and a dog in another layer, try naming each layer in modeler cat or dog.
    If that does not work, then save one layer as cat then save the other layer as dog, then load each object into layout.

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    for the surfaces, re-name them as follows in modeler: cat_fur, dog_fur, cat_eyes, dog_eyes, etc. etc. should solve your probs.
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