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Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 8:15:04 PM | SLANTED MODEL LINES IN FAMILY

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I AM TRYING TO HAD AN IMAGE PATH FROM A PROJECTOR TO THE SCREEN IN A FAMILY. SO IT IS BASICALLY A PYRAMID. THE IMAGE STARTS IN THE CENTER OF THE PROJECTOR, SO AT A POINT, AND THEN FORMS A RECTANGLE AT THE SCREEN. THE PROBLEM I RUN INTO IS WHEN I TRY TO FLEX IT. I CAN MOVE THE PROJECTOR AND EVERYTHING IS FINE BUT WHEN I TRY AND CHANGE THE SIZE OF THE IMAGE ON THE SCREEN I CAN'T BECAUSE OF CONSTRAINTS. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP

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