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Change Field visual size

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Hi

Is there a way of changing a field visual size?

so it shows in the proportions of the objects it affects.

I'd like it to be like the 2nd image.

 

Thanks

 

G

Field 1.JPG

Field 2.JPG

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I don't think so. Kinda the whole point of fields is that they are now unrelated to and independent from object size, and we can just scale them using the regular Scale tool. But I would have hoped there was a fit to object button like there is for textures when the field is a child of an object say, but I can't find one for fields...

 

CBR

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  • I just want it for visual purposes, as for Linear field the viewport size of it doesn't realy affect it's action.

    Up to r19 there was a scale option for the falloff.

     

    Thanks for your reply CBR

     

    G

     

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  • Well Hrvoje, it was right in front of my eyes :)

     

    Thanks

     

     

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    For me the scale works regardless of Object / Model mode !

     

    CBR

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