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Texture Not covering object correctly

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I have an object that i used Boole function on to etch text, I then Connect objects on it to make it one, i thought I could then add a material but it is not working, the material does not cover the etched part of the object and it is also stretched on the top and bottom of the object.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Thanks, Mark

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Please take care to post in the right place. This one for example goes in Texturing etc. I have moved it there for you...
 

It is much harder to diagnose these things when you don't include the scene file, but I'd try putting it under a Connect Object and applying my texture to that instead, in cubic mapping mode.

 

CBR

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