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Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 9:21:45 PM | Is there a way to find out the material that is "painted" on surface of a model?

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I have used the paint tool to apply different model textures to some walls to show a client different options for an exterior wall material.

Is there a way to query the wall object and find out which material pattern fill is being used?

I have used 6-7 different stucco colors (each a different model fill pattern) and am having trouble telling which one is which and it would be nice to see if I could query the object to find out. Looking in the properties of the wall does not tell me what fills are being used currently.

Any help is appreciated.


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Tue, Dec 14, 2010 at 9:44:58 AM | Is there a way to find out the material that is "painted" on surface of a model?

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while in paint, hover the paint icon over the surface(or on the edge of the surface) and in the bottom left of the screen you will see which material you have use.

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