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How do I freely rotate objects?

Posted: Mon, 21st Mar 2005, 12:03am

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I downloaded the demo and tried to get used to its interface although I must confess that the lack of printed materials (just video tutorials) makes the learning curve steeper than I expected. Nevertheless, I would like to know whether it is possible to freely rotate and scale objects (e. g. such as flames or lightsabres). The numerical input of numbers is a bit tiresome if I may say so wink I may have overlooked the feature I am looking for though ...

Kind regards and thanks in advance

Posted: Mon, 21st Mar 2005, 12:32am

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Yeah you can freely rotate,

Right-click on any of the corners and hold and you can rotate to your needs.
Posted: Mon, 21st Mar 2005, 12:57am

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Also, just so you know: The Standard Installer on the AlamDV2 Download Page includes the full user manual.
Posted: Mon, 21st Mar 2005, 11:27am

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Thank you for for the advice, hatsoff2halford. That did the trick.

nitroviper007, I did notice the existence of the standard installer. However, as I do not own a license already I thought it to be reasonable downloading the demo version first. which does not own a documentation. Thanks anyway.

Kind regards