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Usually when I detach faces, some edges get left behind and I have to delete them, and sometimes, there can be a lot of edges!

(If you want to see this, just subdivide the faces of a cube, select a few, then detach them)

Can they be made to not remain? ;D

Anim8or v0.98 Discussion Forum / If 1 unit in Anim8or equals 4 pixels...
« on: December 01, 2015, 07:32:58 am »
During my time with Anim8or, I've noticed some weird thing going off when taking screenshots of the work area...

This is what I just did...

I created a 1x1x1 cube and then copied it twice, each time doubling it, so I ended up with 3 cubes...

1 x 1x1x1

1 x 2x2x2

1 x 4x4x4

Now, when I take a screenshot of the work area then paste it into my paint program, the sizes of the cubes are as follows...

The 1x1x1 = 4x4 pixels (Correct)

The 2x2x2 cube = 8x8 pixels (Correct)

The 4x4x4 cube = 18x18 (Should be 16x16 pixels)

Also, sometimes when I have made a cube and took a screenshot of it, it's one number of pixels on one side, and another number of pixels on another side.

What's happening?

Note: My desktop resolution is set to 1024x768 if that makes any difference.

General Anim8or Forum / Transparent Renders...
« on: October 23, 2008, 05:59:09 am »
Is there any way to render a model on a transparent background?

I use anim8or to make 3D images too, (as well as models for my game levels), for use on websites, etc, and I would like to be able to render my models with a transparent background.

I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to making transparent images, so any help is greatly appreciated!  :D

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