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Add More Points To Spline!

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Guest Dogui
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  • He hey! Hello!

    This is maybe a very dump question but i do not how to do this.

    I was making a spline using the bezier mode then i clicked off , now i want to continue making the spline but now i does not make more points!

    how can i do it??

    Thanks!!!

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    Guest Dogui
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  • I could finally!!! You can do this by selecting your spline then press Command key.

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    I find I have to:

    1) select the spline

    2) select the *move tool*

    3) then Ctrl click to continue with the spline drawing else start a new spline

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    Guest Harrybee
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  • I find I have to:

    1) select the spline

    2) select the *move tool*

    3) then Ctrl click to continue with the spline drawing else start a new spline

    Additional hints to this steps:

    A. Ctrl + LMB Click in the Edit window add a point at the end of the Spline

    B. Ctrl + Shift + LMB Click in the Edit window add a point at the beginning of the Spline

    C. Ctrl + LMB Click to the spline line in the Edit window add a point at the position of your mouse cursor on the spline

    D. Alternative to C. you could use the knife tool to add points to the spline

    (LMB = Left mouse button)

    CU and have a great day.

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    Guest Dogui
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  • Wow! Yeah! You guys rock!

    Maybe i did not explain it in the proper way!!

    But those additional hints are very very helpful!!

    Thanks everyone!

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    Great, while we're on splines, if you add more points - as per Dogui above, what's the best way to force them to be equally distributed along that spline.

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