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EricStiles
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Wont let me Select objects

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04-20-2004 05:34 PM
When I select an object with out a command running so that I get the grips. It only is selectable the first time. I can't select it again, unless I start a command, but I want to use the grips. Is this a new feature?
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EricStiles
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Registered: ‎03-26-2003
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Re: Wont let me Select objects

04-20-2004 05:49 PM in reply to: EricStiles
It appears that re-booting my computer fixed the problem. So I guess it was a qlitch and not a new feature.
*Dave Simeone
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Re: Wont let me Select objects

04-23-2004 05:46 AM in reply to: EricStiles
Hi Eric - This is definately NOT a new feature! Grips are a key part of the UI. We've seen this in certain instances (I'm not sure that it's easily reproducible). However, it's been logged as a defect and the team is looking into the issue. From what I understand, restarting your C3D session clears up the issue (I hadn't heard that you need to reboot). Thanks Dave S "EricStiles" wrote in message news:20380807.1082508625630.JavaMail.javamailuser@localhost... > It appears that re-booting my computer fixed the problem. So I guess it was a qlitch and not a new feature.

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