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Fillets of fish Bob !

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Ans. Fillet/Chamfer, it's a modifier that let's you convert a spline vertex into a filleted corner (rounded) or a chamfered corner. It only works on vertices that connect straight segments. To use it select shape, then apply the fillet/chamfer modifier. The vertex Sub-Object level is automatically opened allowing you to select a vertex for editing. You can either select a vertex and enter a fillet or chamfer value in the Edit Vertex rollout, or you can set a fillet ot chamfer value first, then select a vertex and click the apply button.

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Fun is it not? keep looking there's lots more goodies in there. Dan

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I've downloaded some videos from Finn he's from Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales.One is Media player and the other lotus screen player.He has a registration number of like 91. totally cool videos.Found them at the gmaxsupport site forum. ( That's where Bob posted his question ).For fun I installed gmax on my rinky dinky 333 celeron here at work.works like a charm! No registration problems!

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Great post, Ihor...my prob was that the fillet wasn't taking permanent place on my spline. Like when I right clicked the spline returned to normal.B

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Hi Bob all us Gmax users should get together real soon and exchange ideas what do you think? some sort of forum maybe I know there is one at the gmax site but its sometime hard to get the answers that we need,and since we kinda of know each other I thought the abovewould be a good idea. Dan

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its a good thought, Dan. Perhaps an Avsim chat room thing would work.B

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10-4 or something on yahoo so we can all yap in real time. Dan

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