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Simple primatives and duplicates - why are they tied together
Simple primatives and duplicates - why are they tied together
by Ken Latman on Sep 29, 2009 at 4:14:21 pm

I created a cube in proanimator and duplicated the object track three times. I want to have three cubes that the size, bevels, transparencies, but not color. Why is it when I try and change the color of one all fo them change? How do I break this link?




Re: Simple primatives and duplicates - why are they tied together
by Edward Wu on Sep 29, 2009 at 4:27:24 pm

Hi Ken,

It sounds like you are using a Linked Object Style on the cubes that you've created.

To break the link, select your object, and go to the "Object Styles" tab. Select the "Swatch" drop down menu, and select the "Unlink Object Style" command. You should now be able to customize the object color without affecting the other objects.

Best,
Edward


Re: Simple primatives and duplicates - why are they tied together
by Ken Latman on Sep 29, 2009 at 4:40:49 pm

Thanks again Edward. That solved my problem.







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