Re: Problems 3d pianter in maya
on 02-01-2005 03:10 PM
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This may be too simple for your problem, but did you click on Assign/Edit button in the 3d Paint Tool Options box?
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yes, I have, and I have tried it before. It still doesn't seem to work. When I do that, though, it lowers the quality of the texture when I try to stroke. I want to keep the quality of my tex, but if I assign a texture any bigger that 512 it slows down my machine exponentialy.
I probably should have mentiond this in the first place, but I have Maya 6.0. I also have a number of plugins for various reasons that I havn't figured out yet. These plugins are usualy random free stuff that my uncle uses at work and has liberated me thier usage. My guess is that one of the plugins I have is/are interfering with 3d painter...somehow. I've been told that this is possible, and that it happens often. I should try shutting them all off for my sanity's sake. [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
Another possible solution: Seeing as how Maya6 has been acting up from the day I got it, maybe I should reinstall? or would that really not help? I've had to reinstall before many times, but those were for different reasons than my current concern. My guess is that by some coincidence Maya has decided that THIS TIME it will dissembowl my abilities of Texturing. Damn alias. Only ver6.0 has been giving me crap like this.
Thank you all for your help so far, and thank you for showing your concern. More suggestions are welcome, and I will keep an open mind.