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Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 3:39:24 PM | really really easy question!

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Hi, I am trying to figure out the "model by face" "curtain system" tool. I have a curved face that it applies the curtain system to just fine. I am then able to manipulate the grid lines as a choose. however, i would like to be able to re-size the curtain system using the "configure grid" arrows by manually re-setting the origins, so my curtain only takes up a portion of the model face, but no matter where I slide those arrows the origin will not reset. What am I doing wrong?

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