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Old   April 1, 2008, 12:09
Default Y plus problems with 3D modeling
Míša Milakovová
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Hello, I am new in 3D modeling and I don´t know how to use the Y pluis adaptation in this cases. I know only 2D. Is it "normal" value Y plus for about 3000 (!) in 3D cases ? I think itĹ› too much ?!

Thanks for help
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