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25 Sep 2021 08:38:47 EDT (-0400)
  Re: Combining Materials in Poser  
From: St 
Date: 27 Jun 2007 12:04:12
Message: <46828a7c$1@news.povray.org>
"Stephen" <mcavoys_AT_aolDOT.com> wrote in message 
news:web.46827b8e4575884c4e49fa40@news.povray.org...

> I may have explained this badly. I have one mesh with three different
> materials assigned to different parts of the mesh (I think).

    Ah, I see, sorry Stephen, my bad, not yours, I thought you had three 
models that made the skirt.


>>
>>
>> but in materials I was
>> > able to "assign" all the faces I wanted, to one material, and then 
>> > delete
>> > the others. I'm a bit worried because everyone says that there is a 
>> > steep
>> > learning curve with Wings.
>>
>>   No, quite the opposite - it's got an easy learning curve.
>>
> Good.
>
>>     Hmm, I know what you mean, when I import a figure from Poser into 
>> Wings,
>> it's always too small, so I combine every object and simply scale up to 
>> what
>> I want. When I import the same model back into Poser, it's way too large.
>> I've noticed in Poser that there is a 'percent' option for importing and
>> exporting, I haven't experimented with this yet, but I wonder if this 
>> should
>> be used, and if so, what would the inputs be?
>
> That's percentage of a standard figure which changes the scale to match 
> your
> input. I use a different value each time I use it, about 30% to 50 %. It 
> is
> easier to rescale the model if you do that. (I think that doing that is 
> bad
> working practice, tho')
> I think Janet may have described how to do it a couple of weeks ago. But
> when I'm at my laptop I'm offline and when I'm online I'm at work in an
> open office.

    Ok, I'll have a play with that.


>
>>     Anyway, just yell if you need to know anything else about Wings.  :)
>>
>
> I'm so pleased that you asked :-)
> How do you Navigate? I would like to pan and rotate around the model and I
> would like to Zoom into a selected area.

    Good question, but I'm not sure I can answer it with how it works with a 
laptop. But if you have a wheel mouse at work, then just click the wheel 
once and roll it in and out for zooming, and just pan around with the mouse. 
If it isn't a wheel mouse, I think you just hold down the right button iirc.

     ~Steve~


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